- Windows 8 (Desktop)
- Windows 7
- Windows Vista *
- Windows XP *
- Windows 2000 *
- Windows Server *
- Windows 95/98/ME *
- Windows NT 4.0 SP6 *
* Our products are tested primarily on Windows 8 and Windows 7, but should work on old versions too. They're designed for US English Windows only, and may not work properly
in other environments, though you're welcome to give them a shot!
StickyPad is an invaluable, easy-to-use tool that lets you place sticky notes on your desktop. You can type notes to yourself, set meeting and appointment reminders, keep track of a to-do list, and anything else you would do with paper notes. Your notes can be printed, pasted into other applications, or emailed to coworkers. You can even make notes translucent and have them float above your other windows, so you can see both your note and what you are working on. When you log off, StickyPad remembers all of your notes, and when you log back on, your notes are still there. Once you try it, you won't want to work without StickyPad again.
The new version of StickyPad adds some great new features, such as shortcut keys, so you can write sticky notes from any Windows application without using the mouse, a great time-saver for keyboard jockeys. The latest version also sports a help system in case you get lost, an updated appearance, and shadows, a great new visual effect.
Note: StickyPad works best for English and other Western European languages. Certain other languages, especially East Asian languages, do not work well with StickyPad on some computers.
Download and open the setup file.
Click the "Download setup file" button in the left column to begin downloading and installing StickyPad. When asked, choose to Open or Run the file.
WebSetup will complete the process.
Weíll guide you through the rest of the process. WebSetup will download and install any necessary files from our
dedicated server. Donít worry; itís a fast, free download,
and itís safe and secureóour products contain no spyware, adware, or bundled extras.
Note: If this is a work or school computer, you need to be a system administrator to install software. You may need
to contact your IT personnel for assistance.
But what if it doesn't work?
When the setup process is finished, an icon for the program will be added to your Start menu.