As you know, build 10240 is Win10 Pro, and it's supposed to be the RTM. So, will be pretty close to what the official Win10 Pro will do. My version of that build, is 64-bit.
So you can test this bonus feature, yourself: in Windows Updates, there's a box you can select to receive updates on 'other Microsoft products'. I had that checked.
Last night, I was surprised to find that the download didn't merely include the Windows Defender update, but also Microsoft Office 2003 stuff (service packs and bug fixes). Surprising, because as you probably heard, support for MS Office 2003 ended last year (April or August, I don't remember which).
But, I had checked that box, and successfully installed the 32-bit retail version of MS Office 2003 on the Win10 machine. I had not installed Outlook, yet one of the 'updates' Win10 installed (cuz remember, we can't refuse them) was for Outlook.
Even so, this is a nice bonus, considering that support for MS Office 2003 ended.
Have you tried installing really old other MS software to your Win10, and then gotten it updated, even though its support period ended?
Edited by brainout, 19 July 2015 - 04:21 PM.