No, Windows 10 does not have native support for AVB audio. The only option for a Windows computer would be a third party solution like the Echo NIC-1.
From a technical standpoint, AVB support on Windows has nothing to do with what the AVB device on the other end of the network is, and so an "AVB Driver" would by nature not be specific to any Presonus product, Series III or otherwise. An "AVB Driver" would turn a Windows computer into an AVB Endpoint, and would bridge AVB to ASIO, for use by audio applications on Windows.
The development costs of writing an AVB driver for Windows that would turn a Windows PC into an AVB endpoint able to send and receive AVB audio with any other AVB device on the network would be significant, meaning that it would definitely not be something that could be given away for free.
PreSonus has no current plans or means to create an "AVB Driver" solution for Windows, and even if possible, it would likely just mean a similar product to the Echo NIC-1, likely including a similar hardware network card component, and likely for a similar price.