Migrate Sticky Notes in Windows to Win 10 from previous versions

If you use the Windows Sticky Notes app, you’ll be happy to know you can back up your notes and even move them to another PC if you want. How you do it just depends on what version of Windows you’re using.

 Much like its real world counterpart, the Windows Sticky Notes app makes it easy to jot down notes where you’ll see them—right on your desktop. Up until the Anniversary Update to Windows 10, Sticky Notes was a desktop app. Starting with the Anniversary Update, Sticky Notes became a Windows Store app instead. The Store app did add a few interesting features—like ink support—but it still doesn’t let you synchronize notes between PCs, even if they are using the same Microsoft account. Backing up your Sticky Notes so that you can move them to another PC is pretty easy no matter which version you use. The big difference is where those notes get stored.


All steps that you need is on this link


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