Wednesday, December 5, 2012

How to Remove Windows 8 Pro build 9200 Watermark on Windows 8 Desktop

Hello Windows 8 Users, You are here means, You have an watermark on your right corner of windows 8 desktop, So let we see How to remove Windows 8 pro build 9200 watermark on windows 8 desktop .
Windows 8 Pro or Windows 8 pro with Media center Operating system allows us to activate its product by 30 days, Until this days there is an information like watermark that displays on our desktop, After Activation it automatically went of, Even you still feel this as irritating, There is a wonderful way to remove this notification

Now we see two ways to fix this issue,
Method 1 : Manual method to fix
Windows 8 pro build no watermark using registry
  • Open Registry with Administrator Privilege ( Use run command and type regedit ).
  • Select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\SoftwareProtectionPlatform\Activation
  • Change the key: "NotificationDisabled" from 0 (default) to 1.
  • Hit exit and Restart your system, If you feel this takes more time means, just jump to Method 2 ( below )
Method 2 : Fix using a Watermark removal tool
  • Download My WCP Watermark Editor 1.0.1
  • Open the My_WCP_Watermark_Editor.exe
watermark remover tool for windows 8
  • Just check the tick in Remove all watermarks.
  • Finally hit Apply new settings, that's all, Now you can proceed by restarting your windows,
  • Now you can see the clear desktop without a watermark,
Windows 8 pro build no watermark

To Download My WCP Watermark Editor,

Still having problem, Feel free and comment below ;)


  1. my watermark is removed but window 8.1 pro is not activated

  2. Sorry sumit ,This tutorial for to remove the watermark alone, Not to activate,

  3. is there anyway to create our own watermark on windows desktop screen?

  4. The activation watermark had come up just this morning. There had been an automatic update yesterday, so I had created a system restore point as I had to reinstall the whole OS due to update error ("Blue Screen of Death"). I found this on how to remove the watermark, and thought I'd give it a try if system restore doesn't work. System restore did remove the watermark (not on the first try, it was asking to do a chkdsk /R scan due to errors, but I tried it again), then it worked. So if you have recently created a restore point, that might work as well.

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