Therefore I came up with a simple Rainmeter solution. Just use the following skin:
Load the skin, and by default it will show up on the upper left corner to cover that white dot. You can then set the position of it to be "on desktop" and also allow "click through", and then you don't feel a thing there.
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[Rainmeter] Author=Terrorlone AppVersion=1000000 Update=1000 BackgroundMode=1 [Metadata] Name=Win7Fix Description=Fix the problem that win7 may have a white dot on upper left corner Version=1.0.0 [mWallpaper] Measure=Registry RegHKey=HKEY_CURRENT_USER RegKey="Control Panel\Desktop" RegValue=Wallpaper [BG] Meter=IMAGE MeasureName=mWallpaper ImageCrop=0,0,1,1
Of course, this code only works if you're using a wallpaper that fits exactly the desktop area, but that should be the case for most users.