Posted on 7/29/2015 10:20:00 PM by Levin, Aric

Dynamics CRM  Windows 

Windows 10 has been released, and Microsoft offered a free upgrade to licensed Windows 7 and Windows 8 users. Windows 10 ships with a new browser called Microsoft Edge, which introduces some great new features and let go of some older capabilities of Internet Explorer. These changes will require CRM to be updated.

Windows 10 has been released, and Microsoft offered a free upgrade to licensed Windows 7 and Windows 8 users. Windows 10 ships with a new browser called Microsoft Edge, which introduces some great new features and let go of some older capabilities of Internet Explorer. These changes will require CRM to be updated.

What does this mean for your CRM? The Microsoft Dynamics CRM team has been working with the Microsoft Edge team to make sure that Microsoft Dynamics CRM works with Microsoft Edge, which will require CRM to make some updates in order to support the new browser.
The first wave of these update was introduced in CRM Online 2015 Update 1. At this time the following releases of Microsoft Dynamics CRM will provide support for Windows 10, Windows Edge and Microsoft Office 2016:

  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013, Service Pack 1, Update Rollup 4 (version 6.1.4)
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM Update 0.2 (version 7.0.2)
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, 2015 Update 1.1 (version 7.1.1)

The above releases are still in development, and we believe a release date is coming out shortly. 


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