Change the Sticky Notes Colors in Windows 10

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    The first thing you need to do is open the Sticky Notes application
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    In this case, click on the lower-left corner of the screen. If you don't know how to locate the Sticky Notes application, you can watch our other tutorial on how to do so.
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    Now, click "Sticky Notes"
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    When Stick Notes opens, you can see that the notes are yellow or orange
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    In order to change the color of a note, simply right-click on it and click any from the existing colors
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    For example, let's click "Blue".
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    We can also click "Pink", "Purple", and so on
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