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    If you use Sticky Notes on Windows 10, in this guide we show you the steps to back up and restore your notes to the same or different computer.
    Sticky Notes is an application that has been around for many years, but it became a modern app with Windows 10, and it's a software approach to the physical paper sticky notes you usually post around your monitor.
    The only caveat to using Sticky Notes is that your notes don't sync to the cloud (although the app integrates with Cortana), and there's no way to save them outside your device. As a result, when you reinstall Windows 10, or if your machine breaks, your notes are gone for good.
    Related: How to use the Windows Sticky Notes to remind you all the things
    However, using the right set of instructions, you can make a copy of the database, which you can then restore on any device to get your notes back.


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    06-13-2018 07:10 AM

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