Download Bing Wallpapers Without Watermark

The Bing wallpaper gallery houses some gorgeous wallpapers of landscapes, nature, animals, cities, space, flowers, people, insects, underwater, etc. that can spice up your desktop and elevate your mood. The wallpapers from Bing gallery, however, come with a “Bing” watermark image which may reduce the aesthetics.

Bing gallery watermark
Bing watermark

This post tells you how to download HD 1080p Bing wallpapers without the “Bing” watermark.

Visit the Bing Gallery at

Click on a wallpaper thumbnail to open it.

Bing images without watermark

Click on the previewed image and drag it over to the address bar or title bar area.

Bing images without watermark

That shows the image file name (and URL) in the address bar, but for the 1366×768 version. For instance, the URL appears as below:

Bing images without watermark

Change the dimensions in the URL to get the HD version of the same image, like this:

(16:9 aspect ratio)


(16:10 aspect ratio)

Press ENTER. You’ll now see the 1080p HD resolution version of the same image, without the Bing watermark. Right-click on it and save it to your computer.

Bing Gallery may have different resolution copies of the same image, but this is not necessarily true for every image hosted there. There are plenty of sites that host the Bing wallpaper archives. Check out (1920×1080) and (1366×768). There may be many other such sites on the web, but exercise caution when visiting and downloading from unknown sites. See also: Reddit thread Best way to download entire Bing wallpaper archive?

And then there is Spotbright that can download wallpapers from Microsoft Windows 10 Spotlight server.

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Ramesh Srinivasan is passionate about Microsoft technologies and he has been a consecutive ten-time recipient of the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award in the Windows Shell/Desktop Experience category, from 2003 to 2012. He loves to troubleshoot and write about Windows. Ramesh founded in 2005.

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