FIX: Sticky Notes crashes in Windows 10

FIX: Sticky Notes crashes in Windows 10

If you have been using the Sticky Notes app on Windows 10 and suddenly crashes, some first aid measures you can take to solve the problem including rebooting your computer, and let Windows check for and install updates are pending.

In most cases, Sticky Notes crashing on Windows 10 caused by a corrupted system file. App crashes primarily driven by a corrupted file or because of its outdated version. You can check both for new updates for apps in the Windows Store and install it if there is.
However, there comes a situation when there are no quick fixes that yield the desired result, which is why we share in this article is a solution that you can use to solve the problem.

Solution 1: Run App troubleshooter

Right-click Start
Select Control Panel
Go to the top right corner and found View with a choice.
Click and select large icons.
Click Troubleshooting
Click on View all of the options on the left panel.
Select the app store Windows
Follow the instructions to run the application troubleshooter.

Solution 2: Reinstall Sticky Notes

So you’ve tried to open the application again, checked for updates, restart the device and even save all records and data – both. Now reinstall the Sticky Notes and see if it helps.

  • Click Start
  • Select File Explorer
  • Type this command in the address bar:
    % LOCALAPPDATA% \ Packages \ Microsoft.MicrosoftStickyNotes_8wekyb3d8bbwe \ LocalState \ plum.SQLite
    and press Enter
  • Right-click on the file and select Copy
  • Go to your desktop and paste the file there
  • Click Start and in the search box, type PowerShell
  • right-click Windows PowerShell and select Run as administrator
  • Copy and paste the text in the PowerShell window and then press Enter: Get-AppxPackage “* StickyNotes *” | Clear-AppxPackage; Get-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online | ? {$ _ DisplayName -like “* StickyNotes *”.} | Clear-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online
  • Sticky Notes reinstall the app from the Windows Store

Copy this text and paste it in the address bar File Explorer:
% LOCALAPPDATA% \ Packages \ Microsoft.MicrosoftStickyNotes_8wekyb3d8bbwe \ LocalState 

  • Find the file you inserted on the previous desktop and right-click on it and select Copy
  • Back to File Explorer window and paste it in the file.
  • Launch the application by clicking Start and selecting Sticky Notes, and then check your notes available.

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