How To Remove “SecureBoot isn’t configured correctly” Watermark From Windows 8.1 Desktop?

We know that Windows 8.1 is an update to Windows 8 which removes the annoying things which are present in Windows 8 and brings more customization and features. We tested Windows 8.1 a few days ago. The first boot was awesome. We were impressed with the new features, improvements and bug fixes. But suddenly I noticed a watermark in the bottom-right corner showing the Windows Version, an error and build number. It was very annoying to see such a text on beautiful background.

This problem is caused if Secure Boot is disabled in BIOS. Secure Boot is a component of Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system that relies on the UEFI specification’s secure boot functionality to help prevent malicious software applications and “unauthorized” operating systems from loading during the system start-up process.
 Then I decided to remove it somehow. I goggled for some information and finally got the way to remove it. Here’s how to remove it:
1. Go To BIOS of your laptop. To do this, you need to restart your computer and then have to press F2, F8 or F10 Key (depending on your laptop).
2. After this, you need to find an option Boot Mode (You can search for it by changing the tabs. It varies according to your laptop). Click on it. Here, set the value to UEFI as shown below if anything else is selected:

[Note that some PCs have different options in BIOS. You should search for an option for SecureBoot in BIOS if Boot Mode option isn’t available.]
3. That’s it! Now the watermark should have gone.

If you still have some problem, you can mention in comments.

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