Gregg Keizer

Senior Reporter

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

Microsoft to shift SMBs' Office subscriptions to 'Microsoft 365' brand

How businesses can save money when everyone needs Office to work from home

How businesses can save money when everyone needs Office to work from home

When companies scatter their workforces, they can save money by providing the new remote employees with the right kind of Office. Here are several ideas.

Google to resume Chrome releases on April 7

Google to resume Chrome releases on April 7

The company will roll out version 81, skip 82, and launch version 83 in May to make up for lost time.

Microsoft to stop serving non-security monthly updates to Windows

Microsoft to stop serving non-security monthly updates to Windows

The updates, normally released during the third and fourth week of each month, will stop in May.

Pandemic will push Microsoft to repeat 2019's major-minor Win10 upgrade cadence

Pandemic will push Microsoft to repeat 2019's major-minor Win10 upgrade cadence

The ongoing coronavirus outbreak makes it even more likely Microsoft will release a minor update for Windows 10 this fall.

Microsoft unveils Teams-equipped 365 subscription for front-line workers

Microsoft unveils Teams-equipped 365 subscription for front-line workers

The new plan, priced at $4 per user per month, gets the Microsoft 365 F1 moniker and is due to arrive April 1.

What's in the latest Firefox upgrade? Firefox 74 ends add-on sideloading

What's in the latest Firefox upgrade? Firefox 74 ends add-on sideloading

Focusing on security and privacy, version 74 is the first to arrive in the browser’s new four-week release cadence.

Data confirms: Given control, users opt for just one Windows 10 upgrade per year

Data confirms: Given control, users opt for just one Windows 10 upgrade per year

Windows 10 users rejected Microsoft's longtime contention that operating systems should be updated on an aggressive tempo.

Microsoft eliminates a Windows 10 telemetry setting, renames others

Microsoft eliminates a Windows 10 telemetry setting, renames others

The company’s changes to its diagnostic data collection settings debuted in a recent Insider build, implying that they won’t make it into the impending spring upgrade.

Microsoft launches enterprise preview of all-cloud printing service

Microsoft launches enterprise preview of all-cloud printing service

The company described Universal Print as 'a Microsoft 365 subscription-based service' that allows printing without direct device-to-printer links.

News to use, for youse: Where to find info about Office 365

News to use, for youse: Where to find info about Office 365

It's not always easy to keep track of the details about Microsoft products, especially Office 365. Here's some help doing so.

Windows by the numbers: Remaining Windows 7 users in no rush to move on

Windows by the numbers: Remaining Windows 7 users in no rush to move on

With the Windows 7 end-of-support deadline now receding in the rear view mirror, users of the aged OS no longer seem to be in any rush to upgrade to Windows 10.

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