Windows 10 16299.125, 15063.786

For Windows 10 version 1709, or the Fall Creators Update, users  PCs will receive KB4054517, or build 16299.125.

You can manually download it here.

For 1703, or the Creators Update users KB4053580, or 15063.786 download from here

For those on version 1607, or the Anniversary Update will receive KB4053579, or build 14393.1944.You can manually grab it here


One Note Updated

Microsoft has updated One Note for Office Insiders.

The December update includes:

i] A Digital Ruler

Ruler shown on OneNote page with three parallel lines drawn.

On Windows touch devices, you can use the Ruler on the Draw tab of the Ribbon to draw straight lines or to measure distance. The ruler pivots to any position you want: horizontal, vertical, or any angle in between. It has a degrees setting so that you can set it at a precise angle, if necessary. You can manipulate the ruler by using your fingers.


ii]Speedy search

Search just got faster! Your search results now appear instantaneously, making it easier to get back to your notes.


Real Pain With Microsoft Edge


I am using Windows 10 Insider Preview version 1709 OS Build 17046.1000. Microsoft Edge suddenly stopped playing videos in YouTube, while others browsers can play without any problem.


  • Cleared cookies and cache                  : Problem remains
  • Checked Flash enabled or not            : Problem remains
  • Repaired  Edge                                      : Problem remains
  • Reset Edge                                              : Problem remains
  • Reset via PowerShell                           : Problem remains
  • Created new user a/c                           : Problem remains
  • Signed out from all                              : Problem remains

Google accounts from all devices.

  • Changed video playback                   : Problem remains

speed in YouTube

  • Uninstalled display driver               : Problem remains

and reinstalled it

  • HTML5 supported videos                : can’t play
  • Non HTML5 supported videos       : Yes
  • Ran SFC                                               : No problem found

Latest situation:


😦 What next?


How to relocate “PerfLogs” folder in Windows 10

What is PerfLogs Folder?

PerfLogs is a system generated folder, that stores a log file of all the issues and other performance related reports.

Is it safe to delete it?

Yes, it is safe to delete or remove this folder.

What will happen if I delete it?

Windows will keep recreating it every time you delete it.

Can I hide this folder?

The folder hardly uses any space, so we’d recommend you to leave it as is. If it really bothers you for some reason, you can simply the hide the folder by right clicking on it and choosing Properties –> General –> Hide.

Can I move this folder?

Of course, you can move C:\PerfLogs folder from root directory into the C:\Windows folder by the following commands:

robocopy “C:\PerfLogs” “C:\Windows\PerfLogs” /E /COPYALL /XJ

takeown /F “C:\PerfLogs” /R /A /D Y

icacls “C:\PerfLogs” /grant Administrators:F /T /C

rd /s /q “C:\PerfLogs”

mklink /J “C:\PerfLogs” “C:\Windows\PerfLogs”

There is a good discussion.

Some folders under the “C:\” root folder could move them into the “C:\Windows” system root folder or other place

JPEG package could not be registered


In the last 3 days, I have started getting JPEG package could not be registered message.How to fix it?



1. You may go for a System Restore. Select any restore point prior to this error.

2. You may try to reset default apps. To do this:

Start > Settings > Apps > Default apps > Reset

3. Open command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:

sfc /scannow

Cortana – Very Slow


When I type in something into Cortana, the older PC’s freeze up or run so slow as to be useless.How to fix?


  • Press Windows Key + R on your keyboard.
  • Type PowerShell and hit Enter.
  • Run  PowerShell as Administrator by right clicking on it’s icon.
  • Copy paste the following command

Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register”$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}