Gregg Keizer

Senior Reporter

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

Windows 10 to automatically uninstall faulty monthly updates

Microsoft to soon start nagging Windows 7 users about looming end times

Microsoft to soon start nagging Windows 7 users about looming end times

The so-called 'courtesy reminders' will be showing up on users' PCs beginning in April, nine months before support for Windows 7 ends.

Mozilla launches free in-browser (any browser) file-sharing service

Mozilla launches free in-browser (any browser) file-sharing service

Firefox Send is a website anyone can use free of charge to transfer files. Links to the files can be set to expire in a week or less, and downloads can be limited in number.

Microsoft retreats from rapid release tempo for System Center

Microsoft retreats from rapid release tempo for System Center

The company plans to drop Semi-Annual Channel feature upgrades for its enterprise suite of client and server management tools to better 'optimize the way we are delivering new features.'

Microsoft's 800M claim for Windows 10 signals migration acceleration

Microsoft's 800M claim for Windows 10 signals migration acceleration

If those numbers are accurate, the company is 80% of the way toward its goal of Windows 10 on 1 billion PCs and devices. But Windows 7 remains popular, too.

How to go incognito in Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge

How to go incognito in Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge

While 'incognito' mode in any of the big four web browsers offers a measure of privacy, it doesn't completely hide your tracks online. Here's how the feature works, and how to use it.

Microsoft to start selling Windows 7 add-on support April 1

Microsoft to start selling Windows 7 add-on support April 1

'Extended Security Updates' will give enterprise customers more time to move off Windows 7 by providing security fixes for OS vulnerabilities after support ends in January 2020.

Windows by the numbers: Windows 7 is one obstinate OS

Windows by the numbers: Windows 7 is one obstinate OS

Even as its end-of-support deadline draws ever closer, Windows 7 apparently gained users in February, casting doubt on just how well how customer migrations to Windows 10 are doing. Even Windows XP gained users.

Top web browsers 2019: IE and Edge stop slide-to-doom during year's shortest month

Top web browsers 2019: IE and Edge stop slide-to-doom during year's shortest month

It was a topsy-turvy browser world in February as Microsoft's Edge and Internet Explorer gained ground, while Firefox and Chrome slipped.

Researchers rip Microsoft over Windows 10 update restarts

Researchers rip Microsoft over Windows 10 update restarts

Windows 10 Home's update and upgrade processes are confusing users and leaving them frustrated, researchers from University College London found.

Mozilla partners with news subscription startup to try and separate web ads from content

Mozilla partners with news subscription startup to try and separate web ads from content

The Firefox browser maker plans to work with Scroll, a news subscription service that charges a flat monthly fee for access to ad-free news from a variety of publishers.

Microsoft opens top-tier Defender ATP security to Windows 7 PCs

Microsoft opens top-tier Defender ATP security to Windows 7 PCs

Windows Defender ATP, which can detects ongoing attacks on corporate networks and recommend a response, is now available for Windows 7 and 8.1.

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