windows 7 sticky notes always on top


If you want to make sure the little Windows 7 sticky notes windows are always on top of all other windows (why isn’t that an out-of-the-box feature BTW?), you can craft a program, or use a tool for this.
Today, I will use the NIRCMD tool (found on this super-über-duper sitehttp://www.nirsoft.net/utils/nircmd.html). Just type this in the command line:
C:\> nircmd.exe win settopmost class Sticky_Notes_Top_Window 1
What it does behind the scene is change the TOPMOST flag on all windows with the ‘Sticky_Notes_Top_Window’ class name. If you want to undo it, type this:
C:\> nircmd.exe win settopmost class Sticky_Notes_Top_Window 0
Um's note
I try to find the way to look at my task why playing facebook or surfing the internet.
Can't find any thing useful in Chrome extension be may I'll try to build it my own.
At last I found that to use sticky note & make it always on top. 



To format text in a note, select the text that you want to change and use one of the following keyboard shortcuts to format the text. Sorry, there is no GUI for that.
To change size, luckily there are keyboard shortcuts...ctrl+mousewheel also works for this


Type of formattingKeyboard shortcuts
Bold textCtrl+B
Italic textCtrl+I
Underlined textCtrl+U
StrikethroughCtrl+T
Bulleted listCtrl+Shift+L (press this again to switch to a numbered list.)
Increased text sizeCtrl+Shift+>
decreased text sizeCtrl+Shift+<
Align text to the leftCtrl+L
Align text to the rightCtrl+R
Align text to the centerCtrl+E
UndoCtrl+Z
RedoCtrl+Y
Change text caseCtry+Shift+A


Where are the notes saved?

The Sticky notes are saved in a single binary file called StickyNotes.snt in your local profile folder.
%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Sticky Notes
Every time you click outside a note you actually saved the notes you just wrote to the file. So you don’t need to do anything else in order to save your notes. There is also no menu for it.
And if you want to back up your note that’s the file you need to look after.

you can change the font that Windows thinks is Segoe Print.
  1. Navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Fonts
  2. First, export that key so you have a backup.
  3. Find Segoe Print (TrueType)
  4. Change the value to the file name of any other font that you wish to use that is already installed (navigate that registry key to find others).
  5. Then, restart the computer.
http://blog.codefluententities.com/2010/09/19/how-to-make-windows-7-sticky-notes-window-a-topmost-window/