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How to remove ‘Activate Windows’ on your computer?

If you use genuine (not official) ‘not pirated’ (stolen) or ‘cracked version’ (modified) Windows, you will probably see the watermark of ‘Activate Windows’ at the bottom right of the laptop and computer screen.

It can also be a source of frustration for you. This is especially true when taking screenshots.

In addition to this, there is also the problem of distraction while working. Today we are going to tell you how to solve the problem of ‘Activate Windows’ appearing on laptops and computers.

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But keep in mind that pirated and cracked windows and software can put your cyber security at risk. So whenever possible, use genuine software and Windows.

How to remove ‘Activate Windows’?

To do this, first press Windows + R along with Windows and type ‘regedit’ and click OK. Then click ‘Ok’ and then ‘Yes’.

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Now expand the ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE’ folder from there and also expand the ‘System’ inside it.

Then go to ‘CurrentControlSet’ and login to ‘Services’.

Now scroll down and open the ‘svsvc’ folder.

Make sure you are at the address ‘Computer \ HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Services \ svsvc’.

After doing so, right click on ‘Start’ and go to Modify. And put the number ‘4’ in it and click on the ‘Ok’ button. Finally restart your computer.

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But one thing to keep in mind is that Windows on your laptop and computer will not be active, so only the watermark on the bottom right of the screen will not be visible.

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