Copyright, licence and disclaimer
Stickies is freeware. You may use this software on any number of computers for as long as
you like, and you donít have to pay a penny. There are no crippled features for registered
users only, no time delays and no stupid nag screens.
All that said, Stickies is not public domain software. I allow the free distribution of
the software, but I retain ownership and copyright of the software and its source code in
You may use and/or distribute this software only subject to the following conditions:
- You may not modify the program or documentation files in any way.
- You may not sell the software or charge a distribution fee, except to recover the media costs.
- You may not remove my name or copyright notification, and you may not claim to be the
owner or author of this software.
- You understand and agree with this licence and with the disclaimer printed below.
While every care has been taken to ensure that Stickies is safe, non-destructive and will
not lose your data, you use this product entirely at your own risk. The author will not be
held responsible or liable for any damages resulting from your use, misuse, or inability to
use this product.
If you do not agree with this disclaimer or the above conditions of use, you should not use
Stickies runs on XP SP1, Vista, 7, 8 and 10. Earlier versions of Windows are no longer supported.
For those OS, try an older version of Stickies.
Stickies is freeware; you may download and use the program at home and at the
office without charge. If however you would like to show your appreciation, the
button on the right is provided to assist you with that :) Thank you!
If you're upgrading from a previous version of Stickies, all you need to do is close Stickies down,
and run the setup program above. All your stickies and options are automatically imported by the later version.
The translations for other languages for previous versions of Stickies need to be updated before they will work with v9.
In order to use Stickies in another language, download one of the files below. Each zip
file contains a single file called
language90.dll. Put this
into the same directory as
c:\Program Files (x86)\stickies), and restart Stickies for all the menus,
messages and dialogs to be translated to that language.
For further configuration details, and full instructions for the program, read the help. If you get really
stuck, drop me a mail.