Gregg Keizer

Senior Reporter

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

Microsoft's plan to remake Windows — what that might mean

What's in the latest Chrome update? A JavaScript jolt from the new Sparkplug compiler

What's in the latest Chrome update? A JavaScript jolt from the new Sparkplug compiler

Google says that Chrome 91 is up to 23% faster than earlier versions of the popular browser, and other browsers that rely on its underpinnings should see speed-ups as well.

What's in the latest Firefox update? 89 debuts UI overhaul, Mozilla hopes to win back defectors

What's in the latest Firefox update? 89 debuts UI overhaul, Mozilla hopes to win back defectors

With the latest version of Firefox, Mozilla delivers a new look for the browser that it says is "designed to win you back."

Microsoft confirms Windows 10X's demise, quickly teases 'significant update' to Windows 10

Microsoft confirms Windows 10X's demise, quickly teases 'significant update' to Windows 10

Windows 10X is officially out. So what's coming next for Windows 10? At this week's Build event, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella teased serious updates "very soon."

Microsoft sets IE's date with death — kind of

Microsoft sets IE's date with death — kind of

The company plans to retire Internet Explorer 11 next year, putting it on the path to a long, slow lingering death as the company fully embraces Microsoft Edge.

Microsoft releases Windows 10 21H1 as another minor OS refresh

Microsoft releases Windows 10 21H1 as another minor OS refresh

The year's first feature upgrade for Windows 10 arrived this week with little fanfare, largely because it offers little new functionality because Microsoft has abandoned its major-minor release cadence.

Firefox previews site-isolation tech in move to catch up to Chrome

Firefox previews site-isolation tech in move to catch up to Chrome

'Project Fission' is part of a long-term effort by Mozilla to harden Firefox's defenses by isolating malicious sites and components.

Microsoft nixes Windows 10X

Microsoft nixes Windows 10X

Windows 10X was expected to launch in the spring of 2021 in place of the year's first-half Windows 10 feature upgrade. Didn't happen.

Microsoft, Mozilla plan new upgrade tactics for Edge, Firefox

Microsoft, Mozilla plan new upgrade tactics for Edge, Firefox

Edge users in IT-managed environments will continue to get all updates via established IT-directed channels. Meanwhile, Mozilla is rolling out a new background update process for its browser.

Microsoft previews new Windows servicing APIs for enterprises

Microsoft previews new Windows servicing APIs for enterprises

Microsoft has launched a public preview of the APIs IT admins can use to control Windows Update for Business Deployment Service — part of the company's efforts to push commercial customers toward cloud-only servicing for Windows 10.

FAQ: What's Microsoft done to perpetual Office now?

FAQ: What's Microsoft done to perpetual Office now?

Microsoft plans to continue to offer a "perpetual" version of Office for enterprises, with the latest in that line due out later this year. So just what is Office LTSC, and what's it mean for enterprises?

Microsoft previews perpetual license Office LTSC to enterprises

Microsoft previews perpetual license Office LTSC to enterprises

Microsoft has released to corporate customers a preview of its next pay-once, perpetual license version of Office: the tongue-twistingly named Office LTSC Professional Plus 2021.

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