Windows 10 Sticky Notes
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Microsoft today is rolling out a new update for its Sticky Notes app in the Microsoft Store. The update is currently rolling out and is available to download for all Windows 10 users with version The update brings several new changes to the Sticky Notes app along with the usual set of bug fixes and improvements.

After the latest update, users will now be able to change the color of notes easily as the company has made changes to the layout. The company has also made changes to the settings and also there is a new app icon.

Earlier Microsoft has made available for users to join the Windows App Preview Program to improve the apps. Sticky Notes is one such app were in users were able to join Sticky Notes Preview Program to improve the application. This update is a result of the Preview Program which has considerably improved the app performance based on user feedback.

The users on Fall Creators Update will now be also seeing a new map view when opening the address on the map. Sticky Notes app seems faster after installing this update and it also comes with minor bug fixes.

Microsoft has made it easy for Insiders to enroll in the beta program to test the apps and provide feedback to the company before an official roll out goes to the public. The company has also fixed bugs and has improved the overall performance of the application based on the feedback provided by the Windows Insiders via the App Preview Program.

This is the same update which was rolled out to Insiders in the Preview Program couple of weeks ago and after final testing the company has rolled it to all Windows 10 users. The latest update to the Sticky Notes app is available to download and you can get it by clicking the below link.

Download Sticky Notes for Windows 10

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