If you’ve recently purchased a new Windows computer, or made significant changes to the hardware in your rig, then chances are that you have the Activate Windows 10 watermark on the bottom right of your desktop.
While this is only a minor pain, it’s still something that you probably don’t want to have staring at you every time you start up your PC.
In this article we’ll take a look at how to get rid of this annoyance, from purchasing a new Windows 10 license key, to some tweaks you can try to get rid of it for free.
Activate Windows 10
The permanent solution is also the simplest. If you already have a product key for your copy of Windows 10, or even a valid key from Windows 7 or 8.1, you can enter that by following these steps:
Right click on the Windows menu at the bottom left of your screen. Click on. Click on Update & Security. Click on Activation