Gregg Keizer

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

Microsoft dials back Windows 10 upgrades to 2X a year

Chromebooks beat Mac notebooks 1.4 to 1 in U.S.

Chromebooks beat Mac notebooks 1.4 to 1 in U.S.

Chromebooks have sold primarily to educational organizations, particularly K-12 schools, because of their low price and easy manageability.

Microsoft tweaks IE11-Edge interoperability in Windows 10

Microsoft tweaks IE11-Edge interoperability in Windows 10

Microsoft will introduce changes in this summer's Windows 10 Anniversary Update to simplify switching from IE11 to Edge, and back.

Federal judge rejects Mozilla's demand to see bug in Tor browser

Federal judge rejects Mozilla's demand to see bug in Tor browser

A federal judge has rejected a request by Mozilla that the U.S. government provide it with information about a vulnerability in the Tor browser, which is based on Mozilla's Firefox.

Google's mobile productivity apps bury Microsoft's

Google's mobile productivity apps bury Microsoft's

According to SurveyMonkey, mobile versions of Microsoft's core Office apps -- Excel and Word -- in April badly trailed their rivals from Google, Sheets and Docs, respectively.

Microsoft's sale of feature phone biz erodes smartphone commitment

Microsoft's sale of feature phone biz erodes smartphone commitment

Microsoft today continued to undo its disastrous 2014 acquisition of Nokia's phone business, announcing that it is exiting the feature phone market.

Microsoft issues cumulative roll-up pack for Windows 7

Microsoft issues cumulative roll-up pack for Windows 7

Microsoft yesterday threw a bone to Windows 7 users by releasing a cumulative roll-up that collects all bug fixes from February 2011 to April 2016.

Apple patches 67 bugs in OS El Capitan, refreshes Safari and iTunes

Apple patches 67 bugs in OS El Capitan, refreshes Safari and iTunes

OS X 10.11.5 offered few non-security bug fixes and no new features; in other words, it was a typical late-life refresh of an edition.

Microsoft expands preview of Windows 10's new advanced threat service

Microsoft expands preview of Windows 10's new advanced threat service

Microsoft today opened the preview of its Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection to all enterprise IT professionals.

Microsoft makes final, aggressive Windows 10 upgrade push

Microsoft makes final, aggressive Windows 10 upgrade push

Microsoft has begun the final push in its upgrade offensive against consumers and businesses running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.

The end of iTunes music sales is inevitable

The end of iTunes music sales is inevitable

It's inevitable that Apple will pull the plug on digital music sales through its iconic iTunes store. The only question is when.

Edge's share of Windows 10 browsers continues slide

Edge's share of Windows 10 browsers continues slide

Microsoft's Edge browser has slipped to its smallest-ever percentage of Windows 10 in the U.S.

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