‘Post-It’ on the PC finally gets an update with Windows 11 Sticky Notes
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‘Post-It’ on the PC finally gets an update with Windows 11 Sticky Notes

Microsoft has been relatively quiet on the updates front for Windows 11’s Sticky Notes app, but it seems that’s about to change.

Unlike its counterparts like Paint and Notepad, Sticky Notes has remained largely unchanged since Windows 11 debuted in 2021, as highlighted by Windows Central.

However, there’s now a glimmer of excitement for Sticky Notes users. Microsoft recently hinted at some forthcoming tweaks for the app, reminiscent of the beloved Post-It notes, in a “New Year! New Updates!” post on Sticky Notes’ official account.

Updates are coming to Sticky Notes

Windows 11 made its debut in 2021, and since then, Microsoft has shown some love by upgrading various pre-installed apps like Snipping Tool, Xbox, and Microsoft Teams.

However, one app that seemed to be left out of this makeover spree was Sticky Notes. Fortunately, Microsoft is now rectifying this oversight, as it announced on Wednesday that Sticky Notes is finally getting a much-needed update.

Also read | Windows 11-inspired Microsoft Teams desktop app is now available

Details about the specific changes coming to Sticky Notes remain shrouded in secrecy. Microsoft has been tight-lipped about the enhancements, but they did clarify what’s not in the cards for the app. In a post on the @StickyNotes account, they teased, “Since everyone is asking… Our big news is not a web app… for now.”

There’s speculation from Windows Central that the upcoming Sticky Notes announcement may have an AI focus, but the details remain unconfirmed until an official statement from Microsoft.

Also read | You can now create AI songs using text prompts in Microsoft Copilot.

Rest assured, we’ll keep you informed as soon as Microsoft releases the new features heading to Sticky Notes. Stay tuned for the latest updates!

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