Gregg Keizer

Senior Reporter

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

China pays for Windows XP addiction as 'WannaCry' hits

Microsoft posts PowerShell script that spawns pseudo security bulletins

Microsoft posts PowerShell script that spawns pseudo security bulletins

A Microsoft manager this week offered IT admins a way to replicate -- more or less -- the security bulletins the company discarded last month.

Microsoft now claims half a billion Windows 10 devices

Microsoft now claims half a billion Windows 10 devices

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella touted a new number for Windows 10, saying the operating system now powers 500 million devices.

Windows 10 S: It's for enterprise, too

Windows 10 S: It's for enterprise, too

Microsoft may have stuck to the script when it unveiled a Windows 10 spin-off aimed at education. But the new OS will be enticing to businesses as well.

Microsoft to cut update ties between Edge and Windows 10

Microsoft to cut update ties between Edge and Windows 10

Microsoft will sever the update ties between Windows 10 and its default browser, Edge to make it easier to refresh the browser more often than twice a year.

Microsoft's enterprise phone strategy flops as revenue evaporates

Microsoft's enterprise phone strategy flops as revenue evaporates

Microsoft last week quietly acknowledged that a year-old plan to focus phone sales on the enterprise market is dead.

FAQ: How to skip a Windows 10 upgrade

FAQ: How to skip a Windows 10 upgrade

Corporate users of Windows 10 may have as little as two months to deploy a feature upgrade after passing on the one prior.

Microsoft adds another layer to the Windows 10 patching onion

Microsoft adds another layer to the Windows 10 patching onion

A new update will occur monthly, or sometimes more often.

Microsoft to slash cloud-connection rights for stand-alone Office

Microsoft to slash cloud-connection rights for stand-alone Office

Under the new rules, owners of perpetual-license versions of Office will be able to use Microsoft's cloud-based services only during the first half of their 10-year support lifecycle, the portion Microsoft dubs "mainstream.

Customers roast Microsoft over security bulletins' demise

Customers roast Microsoft over security bulletins' demise

Users fume over extra time and effort added to their workloads because of the switch.

Experts contend Microsoft canceled Feb. updates to patch NSA exploits

Experts contend Microsoft canceled Feb. updates to patch NSA exploits

Microsoft may have delayed its February security update slate to finish patching critical flaws in Windows that a hacker gang tried to sell.

Microsoft begins denying updates to some Windows 7 users

Microsoft begins denying updates to some Windows 7 users

Microsoft has begun blocking Windows 7 and 8.1 PCs equipped with the very newest processors from receiving security updates, making good on a policy it announced last year.

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