Microsoft is working on a feature that would let users apply stickers, usually seen in messaging apps, to your desktop.

The feature is currently being worked on in the Insider Builds, and Windows hacker Albacore has managed to enable and demonstrate it on his PC.

The video demonstrates that Stickers will be a personalization feature in Settings, and that users will be able to choose from a gallery of possible stickers.

The stickers can be placed anywhere on your desktop and can be resized.

Notably, they will remain in place when you change your background.

The Sticker feature will also be integrated into the desktop Right-Click menu.

The feature is of course designed to make younger users love Windows more, but given that the stickers will be constantly hidden behind your active application its appeal appears limited.

Like all features being tested in the Windows 11 Insider Dev ring, they may or may not come to future stable versions of Windows.