Gregg Keizer

Senior Reporter

Gregg Keizer covers Windows, Office, Apple/enterprise, web browsers and web apps for Computerworld.

Firefox gets next-gen anti-tracking defense, stymies 'bounce' trackers

Microsoft points to October end-of-support for older Office apps accessing 365 services

Microsoft points to October end-of-support for older Office apps accessing 365 services

As of Oct. 13 the company will stop supporting older versions of Office applications connecting to Office 365 and Microsoft 365 services.

Windows by the numbers: Windows 10, Windows 7 pause their ups and downs

Windows by the numbers: Windows 10, Windows 7 pause their ups and downs

Windows 10 turned five years old in July, marking the anniversary with something of a pause in its market share growth.

Top web browsers 2020: Firefox ends a sorta/kinda recovery as share losses return

Top web browsers 2020: Firefox ends a sorta/kinda recovery as share losses return

Last month put a dent in Mozilla's plans to try and grow user share for its Firefox browser. Google Chrome continued its climb.

What's in the latest Firefox upgrade? Firefox 79 adds under-the-hood improvements, but no pizzaz

What's in the latest Firefox upgrade? Firefox 79 adds under-the-hood improvements, but no pizzaz

The newest version of Mozilla's browser fixes 19 flaws – four of them serious – but added no new features of note.

Microsoft previews new enterprise-only telemetry option for Windows 10

Microsoft previews new enterprise-only telemetry option for Windows 10

The company has launched a preview of a new enterprise-focused option that blocks Windows' telemetry from reaching Microsoft's servers.

Here's how Microsoft may slow down to only one Windows 10 upgrade a year

Here's how Microsoft may slow down to only one Windows 10 upgrade a year

If Microsoft dumps its major/minor release cadence for Windows 10, opting for a lone feature update every year, the result could be chaotic for some users.

Microsoft will pitch virtualized Windows-as-a-subscription service, update and maintain VMs for customers

Microsoft will pitch virtualized Windows-as-a-subscription service, update and maintain VMs for customers

A recent job posting by Microsoft indicates the company may be crafting a new device-as-a-service subscription offer for Microsoft 365 customers that won't actually include the device.

Mozilla launches its first revenue-generating service, VPN for Firefox

Mozilla launches its first revenue-generating service, VPN for Firefox

The virtual private network is being rolled out in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and three other countries for Windows and Android. It's part of Mozilla's strategy to expand revenue options for its Firefox browser.

Fast forward: What's coming in future versions of Chrome?

Fast forward: What's coming in future versions of Chrome?

Every time Google updates its browser, it publishes release notes aimed at enterprises to highlight upcoming additions, substitutions, enhancements and modifications. Here's some of what's coming.

Apple refreshes macOS Catalina with final non-security update

Apple refreshes macOS Catalina with final non-security update

If Apple hews to its macOS development timing of the last three years, it will release Big Sur on Sept. 27.

What's in the latest Chrome update? Nagging notifications muted, SameSite cookie policy enforced

What's in the latest Chrome update? Nagging notifications muted, SameSite cookie policy enforced

Chrome 84 changes to how some notifications are displayed, restarts the SameSite cookie standard and patches 38 vulnerabilities.

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