If so, then it should be just a case of putting the disc in and searching the content's for rpms.
Just a quick point though, as you got the version 10 installed it won't matter just yet I shouldn't think, but
have a look at here
, bookmark it, and keep checking back every week.
When they've updated their site, to include 10, then follow the instructions and update your urpmi sources.
I don't know what your knowledge level is, but mandrake will happily install mandrake specific rpms available at the easy urpmi site. You can also get stuff straight from the net, but more often than not, if it's not a mandrake specific rpm, you'll end up in "dependency hell".
As I say, you can "do" other non mandy rpm's, but...... I've never bothered, because when I tried it "sent me scatty".
When you do, make sure that if you can, you inclued a "plf" source, because they produce some nice fancy artwork for backgrounds, icon sets, etc etc (you used to be able to get stuff from "texstar" as well, but he seems to be concentrating on the PCOnline 2k4 live distro at the moment - some of his stuff for 9.1 was absolutely amazing).