date on the photo stamps

I want to get rid of the time stamp that can be found on some of my photos that are in the windows photo gallery, so when I print photos I can frame without seeing the date on them. Help me please I need to understand this.

I would like to delete a stamp date of my pictures in Windows Photo Gallery.  Please show me how to do this.
Thank you.

The easy way would be to use the Live Photo Gallery
Crop tool to remove the part of the picture.

Directions for use: cropping photos with Windows Live Photo Gallery

More info...

To remove some date from the face of the digital stamps
photos... you need image editing software that
has a Clone tool.

It is a painful process that requires you to
copy parts of the picture are similar to
the area where the timbre is and paste the new
Article on it to hide.

The following freeware has a clone brush:


Paint.NET clone stamp

More information:

Several Techniques to remove a Date from a Photo
(tutorial page 7)

The following software are not free but can be useful to
a try... it has a trial version.

Photo stamp Remover

John Inzer - MS - MVP - Digital Media Experience - Notice_This is not tech support_I'm volunteer - Solutions that work for me may not work for you - * proceed at your own risk *.

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