Windows 11 for desktop adds some new features, and they’re not gadgets. According to the reference materials in the preview version, future versions of Windows 11 may support the wallpaper sticker function, which can help users customize the desktop according to their own preferences.
Windows 11 has many features that allow users to customize the appearance. For example, you can change the look of the app by toggling between light or dark mode. In addition to this, you can use accent colors to make an application look more prominent. It’s also possible to use apps with Mica, a new transparency effect in Windows 11. Users can also modify the desktop background with custom images or use the Spotlight feature in Windows 11 22H2.
Now, Windows 11 is coming to a new feature called Sticker Editor, a pre-installed app that helps users make stickers and add the made stickers to their desktop wallpapers.
Users can use the sticker editor feature in Windows 11 Sun Valley 2, which allows you to use the sticker editor to select stickers and customize the appearance of stickers and then add them to the wallpaper. The made stickers can also be used as wallpapers.
To use the new stickers in Windows 11, visit Personalization and scroll to the bottom to find the sticker options, click the Edit stickers option in the context menu to open the sticker editor.
An early version of Stickers will be available in an upcoming preview build
At first, there won’t be a lot of stickers, but Microsoft intends to improve the feature and add more stickers based on user feedback. According to speculation, Microsoft may well have sought out more sticker options from its Office designer team.
At the moment, we don’t really know exactly how these stickers work, and they’re likely to be static right now, and they won’t be a desktop gadget either.
But we’re guessing that many of the stickers on Messenger will be available on Windows 11 via third-party apps. We should be able to try out stickers in Windows 11 preview builds soon. Stickers are available in other platforms, but it’s still unclear if this will be a welcome new feature in Windows 11.