Gregg Keizer

Senior Writer

Gregg Keizer covers Microsoft, security issues, Apple, web browsers and general technology breaking news for Computerworld.

'Consumer Reports' retests MacBook Pro, adds it to 'Recommended' list of laptops

Microsoft labels Windows 7 'outdated' as it stumps for 10

Microsoft labels Windows 7 'outdated' as it stumps for 10

Microsoft on Monday reminded Windows 7 customers that they have just three years of support remaining and urged them to upgrade to Windows 10.

With change to cumulative Windows updates, Microsoft admits IE's fading role in the enterprise

With change to cumulative Windows updates, Microsoft admits IE's fading role in the enterprise

Microsoft on Friday said it will again provide Internet Explorer security patches as a separate download. The move is a tacit admission that the browser is losing ground in the workplace.

Microsoft slates end to security bulletins in February

Microsoft slates end to security bulletins in February

Microsoft in February will stop issuing the detailed security bulletins that for nearly 20 years have provided information about vulnerabilities and patches.

EFF warily applauds Windows 10's data collection changes

EFF warily applauds Windows 10's data collection changes

Recent concessions by Microsoft in the data its Windows 10 "phones home" to company servers won cautious praise from one critic this week.

Microsoft makes minor concessions on Windows 10 data collection

Microsoft makes minor concessions on Windows 10 data collection

Microsoft on Tuesday promised that it will dial back diagnostic data collection from Windows 10 devices when users select the "Basic" setting for the controversial harvesting.

Microsoft lets some Windows 10 users hit pause on updates

Microsoft lets some Windows 10 users hit pause on updates

Microsoft delivered a new Windows 10 build that addresses longstanding complaints about the operating system's update practices.

Microsoft’s OS supremacy over Apple to end in 2017

Microsoft’s OS supremacy over Apple to end in 2017

Apple will jump ahead of Microsoft this year as shipments of devices powered by its operating systems are expected to outnumber those running Windows.

Mac’s share falls to five-year low

Mac’s share falls to five-year low

Apple's Mac share of personal computers worldwide fell to a five-year low in last month.

Windows 10 growth ebbs as 2016 ends

Windows 10 growth ebbs as 2016 ends

Although Windows 10's global growth slowed in December, the OS ended 2016 on more than a quarter of the world's Windows PCs.

Microsoft’s browsers may have hit rock bottom

Microsoft’s browsers may have hit rock bottom

Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Edge browsers may be near the bottom of their unprecedented crash in user share.

Mozilla to scrap Firefox support on Windows XP and Vista in 2017

Mozilla to scrap Firefox support on Windows XP and Vista in 2017

Mozilla plans to end support for its Firefox browser running on Windows XP and Windows Vista sometime in 2017.

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