I've done it on four 20 gal tanks over the years.
Not on a 10, they are pretty flimsy on the glass.
Some sandpaper and polishing will take care of the rough edges.
Just go slowly when removing it and work it with a plastic scaper to loosen the glue seal.
One larger tanks, some folks add a glass center brace after. The rims from larger tanks are much harder to remove, a car jack and a dowel or piece of wood can be used to help pop off the top rim with the car jack placed on the edge of the bottom rim for leverage. You can search around for some post I've done about this.
I've been playing with building and repairing glass tanks for well over 20+ years, so I'm not bad at it. New folks want to stay away, the results are better $ wise and time wise to get a 20 gal rimless tank from ADG/ADA etc.