Stickers are added to Windows 11 22H2

  • Stickers for Windows 11 can now be tried out on build 22622.440.
  • You can put stickers on the desktop with this feature.
  • The option is on the desktop’s right-click menu and in the Background settings.

Microsoft adds Stickers to Windows 11 22H2 in a quiet way. In the most recent beta preview of Windows 11, the company showed off some new features that will be in the next version. Stickers wasn’t on the list, but you can now test it out.

Stickers is a feature in Windows 11 that lets you add stickers to your wallpapers to make the desktop more fun.

Stickers can be added to the desktop in two ways in the latest preview build. You can right-click the desktop and choose “Add or change stickers,” or you can go to the Background settings page and click “Add stickers.”

Once you turn on the feature, a window like the one for emojis will show up on your desktop. This will let you choose from a wide range of stickers.

You can put as many stickers on the desktop as you want. You can move them around and change their size. When you’re done editing, click the close (X) button to save the changes and get back to the desktop. Even if you change the wallpaper, the sticker will stay where it is.

It’s not clear if this feature will be in the final version of Windows 11 22H2 because the company hasn’t said anything about it.

Christopher Woodill

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