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How To Recover Deleted Sticky Notes In Windows

Recover Deleted Sticky Notes In Windows

Recover Deleted Sticky Notes In Windows

Sticky Notes, first introduced with Windows Vista, is an amazing utility to quickly write down ideas or everything else that comes to your mind. The native Sticky Notes program Windows 10/8/7 doesn’t offer features available in some third-party programs but it’s a good solution to quickly jot down a contact number, email address or write a to-do list.

Deleting a Sticky Notes on the desktop is easier than creating it! You just need to click the close (X) button located upper-right corner of a Note. With default settings, Sticky Notes does ask for the confirmation when click the close button but if you have turned off the feature, it will simply delete the note instead of closing when you click the X button.

If you have accidently deleted a Sticky Note in Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10, here is how to recover the deleted note without the help of third-party tools.

Recovering deleted notes

Step 1: Open Run command box by simultaneously pressing Windows and R keys.

Step 2: In the Run box, paste the following path and then press Enter key.

%AppData%\Microsoft\Sticky Notes\

Step 3: Under Sticky Notes folder, you should see StickyNotes (.SNT) file. Double-clicking on the file will not give you any results because Windows doesn’t associate .SNT extension to Sticky Notes or any other program with default settings.

Now, right-click on that StickyNotes(.SNT) file and then open it with a good text editing program. For the best results, we recommend you open the file with Microsoft Office Word program.

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