.Take a look inside the file, maybe the fragment's still there. Apparently the file's%AppData%MicrosoftSticky NotesStickyNotes.sntor%AppData%RoamingMicrosoftSticky NotesStickyNotes.snt.There might be a program that could search all of ram, in case the fragment's still in ram somewhere, but opening a web browser & finding & installing it could overwrite your ram. Your posting this question may have done that already.Or search the swap file. The same ram overwriting issues apply.Or search the hard drive's free space in case it moved the file when it saved it.
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If it hasn't been overwritten. A hex editor or grep would do it, if you can open your drive's partition like a file (i.e. Linux).Check your clipboard?
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If you 'cut' or copied the data maybe it's still there, or using a clipboard manager would save the last few entries (but that's a security risk, saving in ram only's not as bad as a file).In the future, make a backup of important info.
Since CLEAN installing W10 Pro Spring v1803, I've encountered too many minor bugs, such as the screensaver not working properly. And now Sticky Notes improperly behaving.I discovered that the new file name for Sticky Notes is microsoft.notes.exe. AND IT HAS BECOME A WILDLY RUNAWAY PROCESS ADVERSELY EFFECTING THE RESPONSIVENESS OF MY W10 PC.In W7, I know exactly where to find the errant Sticky Notes.and fix it. BUT Microsoft has changed the names and locations of files associated with Sticky Notes.I can't find microsoft.notes.exe. Nor the saved notes database.
Nor any other files associated with Sticky Notes in their pre-W10-1803 locations.When DISM.exe and sfc /scannow failed to fix my Sticky Notes issue (though it fixed the screen saver issue), I did a reset of Sticky Notes thru App & Features in Settings. That fixed the issue.and now Sticky Notes is no LONGER creating havoc with mysystem and its resources.UNFORTUNATELY, the Sticky Note Reset caused me to lose my Sticky Notes. WHICH is where I temporarily store critical info, such as info from Client phone calls (until I can process and store that info elsewhere).I knew how to restore Sticky Notes from 'previous versions' from the old Sticky Note 'snt' database. BUT IN THIS DARN W10-1803, WHERE THE HELL IS IT ALL located, including the EXE and database???MANY THANKS TO ALL WHO PITCH IN TO HELP. Have you tried looking in your recycle bin for entries created around the time you did the reset?When OneNote is 'running away' (before ProBalance chokes it) is it using 100% CPU? Or at least 100% of a core or CPU?You should also submit this complaint as a 'feedback' directly to MS:.Send Bug Reports and Feature Requests (and even Rants ) to MS Developers and Managers using the Feedback Hub:LAUNCH FEEDBACK HUB VIA Shortcut“Official” MS does not pay much attention to this forum. However, you now can send your complaints and feature requests directly to MS developers and managers using the “Feedback” process described in this link:Please post a share link to your feedback, back here, so other people who find your question will be able to vote for it and add their comments to it.
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The Law of Serendipity: Lady Luck favors the one who tries. I migrated my PC within my company (merging two domains) and it caused havoc and losing sticky notes data is one of the last issues I am fixing. Thank you for your reply. And you may have corrected a misconception.I thought microsoft.notes.exe was the exe for W10's sticky notes app.but it is actually the exe for OneNotes, I presume.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.BTW. My screenshot showed one of the functions of an extraordinary Windows utility called Process Lasso, which I used in every Windows flavor since early XP. Lasso does wonders for increasing the stability and performance of the Windows OS. D&d monstrous races pdf. As wellas restraining runaway processes.And, yes, microsoft.notes.exe was using nearly 100% CPU on my PC workstation with a Skylake Intel Xeon 3.4Ghz.
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Until Lasso restrained it. Pretty messed up of OneNotes Office 365, eh?