Remove Sticky Notes in Windows 10

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    The first thing that you need to do now is open up the Sticky Notes application. In this case, the lower-left corner of the screen is going to be clicked.
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    Then, click on "Sticky Notes" and open it.
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    Once Sticky Notes has been opened, create two new notes by clicking on the plus sign twice. You will have three notes.
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    Move the notes.
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    Change the color of the notes by right-clicking them. Click the colors pink and green.
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    To remove a note, simply click the "X" sign in the upper-right corner of the sticky note.
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    If you don't want to get the question of confirmation, you need to simply check "Don't display this message again".
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    Then, click "Yes".
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    Once you have disabled the confirmation question, click on the "X" sign on a note. The note will be removed.
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Questions and Answers

Deleted sticky notes show up after the machine is restarted?

I deleted few of my sticky notes. But every time I restart the machine, the old notes show up again. I followed the steps to delete the sticky notes but they were not deleted permanently. I have tried: I tried to delete the notes but they came back after the machine was restarted. I think it was caused by: I think Sticky Notes are not deleting permanently. They probably need to be deleted from other location as well.

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How to completely delete Sticky Notes and/or messages about Sticky Notes with error at startup?

Hi, I am experiencing the problem mentioned in subject.. I also tried to find this file at C:\Windows\System32\StickyNot.exe , but it was not there. Also tried to delete it from C:\Users\<myusername>\AppData\Local\Packages - all the packages containing "sticky", also checked the registry keys HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run, but no value about sticky there. I also checked similar path with HKCU\Software\... but no value there. Also WOW6432Node\... the same result.. When I clicked the Settings from start menu, System, Applications..., Sticky - there is disabled the button for uninstalling this. So the annoying message is still there after logout and login and after restart.. Any advice how completely delete this tool and all the related things?. . Thank you for your help. My problem is such specific that is not covered in any article in whole internet. I have tried: Please read my first addition to the question, thanks. I think it was caused by: Please read my first addition to the question, thanks.

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