In 1995 Navision was the first accounting software package to gain the "Made for Windows 95". The new Navision was very "Microsoft Office" look and feel.
The beta versions released to the developers and consultants as part of the training for the new version. These very buggy, and a new build was distributed each morning of the initial training sessions in Denmark in late 1994.
It was a very buggy product (the beta version was almost more stable - but had no report generator). Users on this version had a lot of problems, and often clients had to start their implementation from scratch to move to version 1.10. And there was no upgrade path to upgrade from the DOS version to Navision Financials 1.00.
Version 1.00 should never had been released.
Service releases to fix some of the many bugs in the original Windows release.
The first version with an upgrade toolkit allowing you to upgrade from the DOS version.
Limited release version.
Human Resources, which in reality was a stripped down component of the US payroll system, was added to the W1 version to make management of Payroll implementations easier.
Significant changes include a whole new method of generating document numbers. Whilst functionally powerful, it introduced a lot of serious locking issues that remain with Navision even today.
Primarily released for the US market because of delays in getting version 1.30 ready to release, and the long gap since the release of 1.10.
This version was very fast and reliable. One of the most stable Navision products of all times.
Substantial changes made to posting group setups. It was an international version that was not released in the US.
Not officially released.