Microsoft Windows 11 will support desktop stickers: On February 7 that Microsoft’s Windows 11 desktop is getting some new features. According to references found in the preview builds, future Windows 11 versions may include support for wallpaper stickers, which will be a new way to personalize the desktop to your liking.
Windows 11 includes a wide range of features to customize the look. Now you can change the look and feel of the app by switching between light or dark mode. Likewise, you can use accent colors to make the app look better and reflect your personality. Or you can use an application with mica material, which is a new type of transparency effect.
Users can also change the desktop background with a custom image or focus using Spotlight in Windows 11 22H2. Microsoft is now working on a new feature called “Sticker Editor”, a pre-installed app that helps users make their own stickers, similar to our stickers in Telegram, and add them to desktop wallpaper.
This new idea will be available in the Windows 11 Sun Valley 2 update. You will be able to select stickers using the sticker editor and personalize their appearance and add them to the wallpaper. It appears that stickers will persist across all wallpapers as well, but if you’re using slideshows, it might not work.
To use the new stickers on Windows 11, all you have to do is go into Personalization and scroll to the bottom to find the “Stickers” option. As you can see in the screenshot, it is possible to open the sticker editor by clicking on the “Edit Sticker” option in the context menu.
Earlier versions of stickers will appear in an upcoming preview
Initially, you may not find that there are many stickers to choose from, but it is understood that Microsoft intends to improve the feature and provide more stickers based on feedback. It’s likely that Microsoft has enlisted the help of the Office designer team to enhance the sticker options.
We don’t know exactly how these stickers work, but they’re probably static at the moment and not interactive. Plus, this isn’t the modern desktop widget some users have been expecting.
Given that this feature appears when we’re currently debugging a run in an existing build of the Nickel branch, it shouldn’t take too long to try out the new stickers feature in the Windows 11 preview.
The sticker feature is available on every other messaging platform, and it’s unclear if it will be a welcome addition to the millions of users who use Windows 11 every day.
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