Sorry I have never heard of this before. Sounds like there is something wrong with Windows ...
The latest Microsoft updates haven't gone to well - https://www.theverge.com/2020/6/1/21276653/microsoft-windows-10-may-2020-update-block-known-issues-list . Perhaps you have been affected before they blocked it?
When using the Replay Media Catcher 7 and move the URL of a video I would like to record (mosty YouTube but not always) into the https box of Replay Media Catcher, for some reason and in a way that I cannot describe precisely a "ghost image" of the URL "stays" on my desktop screen.
Everything associated with the recording process itself works just fine.
I am talking about the persistent ghost image on my Windows 10 desktop.
I am not saying that it is anything associated with your product but rather whether, prompted by other customers, you may have the answer to this nagging question ->
How does one "refresh" the screen to get rid of the ghost image without having to reboot the computer.
Unfortunately I do not have a picture of the situation on my desktop at this moment.