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Rudra Sen

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In this post, I will show you how to enable the New Stickers Feature in Windows 11 Version 22H2.

The New Desktop Background Stickers Feature was previewed in Windows 11 a while ago, but we haven’t had the chance to test it out yet.

The feature is present in Build 22621 as a hidden feature that can be enabled using the Registry Editor.

To Enable Stickers, you need to just press + R, type regedit, press enter, and select Yes in the User Account Control Prompt.

In the Registry Editor navigate to the following location:

HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PolicyManager\current\device

Right-click on the device key and go to New and Key. Name the new Key Stickers.

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Enter the Stickers key and in the right side right-click and go to New and select DWORD (32-bit) Value.

Name the Value Enable Stickers and set its value to 1 and then click on OK.

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And that's it, you now have the Desktop Background Stickers Feature Enabled in Windows 11 22H2.

You can access the feature by right-clicking on the Desktop, Personalize, and then Background.

From Choose stickers for your wallpaper, click on Add stickers.

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The following screen will appear with a nice menu from where you can choose from a various selection of Stickers. While on this screen the taskbar will be hidden. Double-click on a Sticker to add to the desktop.

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When you double-click again on a Sticker from the desktop, you will be able to resize it and also delete it if you want. You can also move the Stickers freely on the screen.

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The selected Stickers will be always present on the screen, and behind every window that you use.

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Rudra Sen

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Today we'll guide you through the setup of running Ubuntu Desktop on an AWS EC2 instance using TightVNC Server on a EC2 Instance Running Ubuntu 16.04+.

Why is it needed?

Sometimes it's difficult to do stuff on Ubuntu without a Desktop Interface. And AWS also doesn't support GUI Ubuntu Instances till now. After configuring GUI using this guide, you could extend the functionalities of a Ubuntu Server.