Windows 10's Sticky Notes app is a powerful listing solution, but it doesn't let you recover deleted notes – or does it? Although this feature is not included in the desktop, there is a way to remove your deleted notes.
How To Restore Deleted Stickers
You have accidentally deleted a sticker that had some important information about it, but the desktop app has no way to recover ̵1; or even see – the items you deleted. Well, thanks to Sticky Notes that syncs everything to the cloud, you can now restore some notes that you may have deleted directly from your Microsoft Outlook account.
Note: To access this feature, you need to sign in with a Microsoft account on Windows 10. Also, Microsoft only keeps your notes as long as your deleted folder keeps them – usually 30 days.
Cancel Outlook.live.com and log in to your Microsoft account that you use for Windows 10
Once you have logged in, scroll down to the left window and click "Deleted Items".
 Scroll through the list until you see the items you want to restore. If you have multiple items, click the bubble next to each item first, and then click "Reset".
The selected items disappear from the folder and let you wonder if something happened. When you return to the desktop program, nothing seems to have changed. This is because the synchronization process is a bit slow, and you need to manually add some restored notes to the desktop.
From the desktop application, click the menu at three points in any note and then click "Notes List". 
A list of all notes is available from here. You can easily search, delete and view anything that is included in this list. Right-click the previously deleted note and then click "Open Note."
If for some reason the note is not restored
Scroll down the settings until you see the button "Sync now" and click it. [Notera listan] 19659005]
Return to your note list and follow the previous steps so that your note appears on the desktop.