Microsoft’s week: Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, Dynamics NAV 2016 and OS X Outlook woes

The Microsoft headlines this week were dominated by hardware for once, after the firm unveiled new Windows 10 devices including the eagerly anticipated Surface Pro 4 tablet, an all-new Surface Book 2-in-1 and new Lumia smartphones.

Elsewhere, the firm rolled out Dynamics NAV 2016, the latest version of its business management platform for smaller companies, while an Apple OS X update caused problems for Microsoft customers running Outlook on the Mac.

Microsoft reveals Surface Book convertible laptop, Surface Pro 4 and Lumia 950 smartphone

Microsoft's Surface Book can double as a laptop or tablet device

Microsoft has announced a range of Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile devices, including the Surface Pro 4 productivity tablet, the Lumia 950 XL phablet and the Surface Book, Microsoft’s first convertible laptop.

Read V3‘s reaction to the Surface announcements, and our in-depth look at the full specifications of the Surface Pro 4.

Microsoft launches Dynamics NAV 2016, adding cloud and analytics to ERP software

Dynamics NAV 2016

Microsoft has announced the general availability of Dynamics NAV 2016, targeting the enterprise resource planning software at small and medium businesses.

El Capitan crashes Outlook 2011 and 2016, no Microsoft or Apple fix in sight

Office 2016 for Mac Outlook

Apple has rolled out the latest official version of its Mac operating system, but the update crashes Microsoft Outlook and there’s no date for a possible fix.

Windows 10 now running on more than 110 million devices

Satellite Radius 12 runs Windows 10 and is powered by Intel Skylake processors

Microsoft claims that upwards of 110 million copies of Windows 10 have been activated since the firm began rolling out the operating system to end users on 29 July.

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