If you want to test the feature, you can enable it (via Ghacks) in the latest preview of the Windows 11 22H2 available through the Dev and Beta Channels. Stickers are available as a preview, but it’s unclear if the feature will ever roll out to all users. This guide will teach you the steps to enable the immersive search experience hidden on Windows 11.

Enable desktop Stickers on Windows 11

To enable Stickers for the desktop on Windows 11, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, when you right-click the desktop, you should see a new “Add or edit stickers” option. The option will bring up the Stickers picker UI, where you can select from a number of stickers to add to the desktop. You can add as many stickers as you want. You can resize them or delete them.

The option to add stickers will also be available through Settings > Personalization > Background when using the Picture option. It’s important to note that when adding stickers, the Taskbar and application will be hidden from the desktop. Also, since this feature is still under development, it doesn’t work as expected. For example, while you can add stickers to the desktop, the stickers may no longer show on the desktop if you exit the view. In addition, if you try to access the feature again from the desktop context menu, the option may not work. At any time, you can revert the changes using the same instructions, but on step No. 5, right-click the Stickers key and select the Delete option. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.