Gregg Keizer

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

Windows 10 sets one-month OS adoption record

OS X El Capitan on track for September release

OS X El Capitan on track for September release

Apple's OS X El Capitan appears to be on track for a late September release, according to a comparison of its preview pace with that of last year's Yosemite.

Windows 10 hits the 75-million mark

Windows 10 hits the 75-million mark

Microsoft this week bumped up its claim of Windows 10 devices to 75 million.

CEO out at Ashley Madison parent firm after massive hack

CEO out at Ashley Madison parent firm after massive hack

The CEO of embattled Avid Life Media, the firm that operates the infidelity website AshleyMadison.com, stepped down today.

Apple rewards CEO Tim Cook with $58M for bang-up job on Wall Street

Apple rewards CEO Tim Cook with $58M for bang-up job on Wall Street

Apple CEO Tim Cook was awarded 560,000 shares, worth approximately $57.7 million, because of Apple's performance on Wall Street over the last two years.

Apple slates Sept. 9 for this year's iPhone intro

Apple slates Sept. 9 for this year's iPhone intro

As expected, Apple will hold this year's iPhone unveiling on Wednesday, Sept. 9.

Chrome muzzles auto-play audio

Chrome muzzles auto-play audio

Chrome will soon automatically silence any auto-played audio until that tab is explicitly brought to the foreground.

Microsoft to deliver Windows 10's business update service in stages

Microsoft to deliver Windows 10's business update service in stages

Microsoft won't have all the pieces in place for its Windows Update for Business (WUB) until sometime next year.

Windows 10's usage share closes in on OS X's

Windows 10's usage share closes in on OS X's

Less than four weeks after its official release, Windows 10 has come close to -- but has yet to surpass -- the global usage share of Apple's OS X.

Mozilla waves add-on model white flag

Mozilla waves add-on model white flag

Mozilla is planning major changes to one of Firefox's strengths -- its deep ecosystem of add-ons -- that will make it easier for developers to port Google Chrome extensions.

Intuit puts venerable Quicken up on the block

Intuit puts venerable Quicken up on the block

Intuit plans to sell its Quicken unit, the group that creates the personal finance software that made the company famous.

Apple Music has a stickiness problem

Apple Music has a stickiness problem

About one in 10 U.S. owners of an iPhone or other iOS device are now using Apple Music, according to a survey conducted by MusicWatch.

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