How To Remove Watermark From Windows 10 Desktop

Like previous Windows versions, when you install a pre-release build of Windows 10 on your PC, a small watermark appears at the lower right-corner of the desktop showing the edition and build number of Windows 10.

Watermark on Windows 10 desktop

As you know, the watermark on Windows 10 desktop takes a very small portion of screen area. In fact, when you have light colored picture as your desktop background, the watermark will be hardly visible.



Those of you who prefer to have a clean desktop might want to remove watermark from Windows 10 desktop. As you probably have observed by now, there is no option under Control Panel or the new Settings app to remove watermark from Windows 10 desktop.



To remove watermark from Windows 10 desktop, you need to go for third-party software called Universal Watermark Remover. The Universal Watermark Remover is developed to easily remove watermark from Windows 10 desktop. The software is free and easy-to-use.



Remove watermark from Windows 10 desktop

Follow given below instructions to completely remove watermark from Windows 10 desktop.

Important: We recommend you create a system restore point before running this tool, as this tool edits one or more original system files.

Step 1: Download Universal Watermark Remover zip file.

Step 2: Extract the zip file using WinRAR or 7-Zip to get UWD.exe file.

Step 3: Right-click on UWD file and then Run as administrator option to launch the tool.

Step 4: Finally, click Install button to see the following message box.



NOTE: If you see a message that the software has not been tested on the current build of Windows 10, we advise you wait for the developer to update the software to support the latest or final build of Windows 10.

Step 5: Click OK button to automatically sign out (save your work!). Sign-in again to see your Windows 10 desktop minus the watermark.



Important: During our test, although the watermark was removed completely, the screen was refreshing continuously. Restarting the PC fixed the issue though. So it’s a good idea to create a manual restore point before trying out this utility.