As previously reported, Windows 11 seems to be getting a feature called Desktop Sticker which this feature might not be useful for some people because it has no function at all other than displaying sticker on the Desktop only.

But if you want to add variety to your desktop by adding a sticker, then you can use this feature, and interestingly, in Windows 11 22H2 you can activate this feature with a simple registry editor trick.

Curious? here is How to Activate Desktop Sticker on Windows 11 22H2.

Step 1. First make sure you are using Windows 11 22621 or later.

Step 2. Next, please open registry editor then please enter the following registry key.

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftPolicyManagercurrentdevice

Then as in the picture above, please open a new Key in the Device section, and enter the name Stickers.

Step 3. Next in key Sticker that was created in the previous step, please right click New > DWORD (32-bit) Value and enter value with name EnableStickers and Value Data (1).

Step 4. When finished, please restart your Windows 11, and now the Sticker option should already be in the Windows 11 22H2 Context Menu that you are using.

Well, please try guys, hopefully it’s useful.

Reference : Neowin



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