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Windows 10 - saving sticky notes in a partition?

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How can I save Windows 10 sticky notes in a partition?

I had to reset my win 10 Lenovo.

I had stored my desktop in a partition - but the contents of sticky notes were all gone.

Is there a way I can move the location of the sticky notes to a partition?

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How can I save Windows 10 sticky notes in a partition?

I had to reset my win 10 Lenovo.

I had stored my desktop in a partition - but the contents of sticky notes were all gone.

Is there a way I can move the location of the sticky notes to a partition?
https://www.howtogeek.com/283472/...n-windows/

any chance your backup copies the appdata folder
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https://www.howtogeek.com/283472/...n-windows/

any chance your backup copies the appdata folder
I am talking about putting them in a partition - so if Win fails, I have them in the partition.

Even Win 10 restore didn't work - I recently did the manual restore creation!
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Not sure if you can run it from a different partition, but a simple way is to script a backup of your sticky notes. Write a script, and schedule it to run daily, hourly, or whatever you want. I can help with the script. used the command "robocopy" in command prompt. You can set it to overwrite existing so you don't have a million copies of stickies and schedule it within task scheduler.
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