About Ashish Mundhra

Ashish Mundhra is a tech blogger from TechPanache and is an enthusiast in the field of technology. A software engineer, he enjoys learning about technological advancements and exploring the gamut of new developments in the field. Once versed with the knowledge, he loves sharing his experiences and experiments with the world.

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Selectively Control Volume of Modern and Desktop Apps on Windows 10 Simultaneously

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Microsoft has created two different worlds for Windows user. One is the good ol’ desktop interface which we are all familiar with along with the Modern Apps that were introduced with Windows 8. The modern interface was launched targeting the tablet and touch enabled users. But Microsoft never drew a line between the two different worlds […]

Limit Your Android Phone Gallery for Friends Who Snoop Around (Trolling Additional)

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Photo sharing has changed drastically in the past few years and we can now instantly share them with friends and family easily and comfortably. However, there are times when a friend of yours cannot wait for you to share the photo on a social network, or let’s say, you are in a group where someone wants to […]

How to Get Back the Familiar Windows 7 Personalization UI in Windows 10

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Windows 10 has changed a lot of things when it comes to internal settings and user interface. While some of the changes like the Start Menu and dropping Charms bar are highly admired by the users, there are many changes users are still not able to cope with. You can take the Windows Personalization Screen from […]

Metal is a Memory Friendly, Material Design Facebook Alternative for Android

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So let’s talk about the Facebook app for Android today. The app gets regular updates in every two weeks and I must say that they have come a far way and have managed to provide a streamlined experience to the users. But the app is resource hungry and take a lot of internal storage and RAM. […]

How to Install Windows 10 Apps Without Making Microsoft as Default Windows Account

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Starting from Windows 8, Microsoft introduced a feature which enables a user to sign in to a Microsoft Account as a default account to manage Windows. Just like we have a Google account for Android and an Apple for iOS, the Microsoft account was introduced to ease up the sync features. The very same account […]

Better Organize your Photos on Android with Focus

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After the launch of Google Photos, my search for a good Android Gallery app stopped. I am pretty happy with the features I get on the app after I choose to share everything I click. It’s almost certain that there are many who might not be comfortable with the idea of uploading photos to a cloud […]

How to Get Back Windows Photo Viewer in Windows 10

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Users who have upgraded from Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10 might not be aware, but Microsoft has discontinued the Photo Viewer we had for years. Those who have done a clean install of Windows 10, might notice that the Photo Viewer is missing and has been replaced by the Modern Photo Viewer which […]

How to Get Back Desktop Gadgets on Windows 10

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One of the (or probably the only) good thing(s) that happened to Windows Vista was the introduction of desktop gadgets. In Windows 7 it gained a lot of popularity when it was not just restricted to the sidebar. But it was unceremoniously removed from Windows 8 because of serious vulnerabilities. After the release of Windows […]

How to Disable Quick Access in Windows 10 File Explorer

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There are many new, and probably useful features, in Windows 10. But what I don’t like, is the fact that most of them are made mandatory to the users without realizing how it would impact the productivity of an individual. One of the biggest bombs Microsoft dropped was the removal of Start Menu in Windows 8. It […]

Quickly Search for Files, Contacts and Apps on Your Android with AndroSearch

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Mobile storage these days extend to 64 GB or even 128 GB in a few cases. You can fill that space with HD videos, music, and various other important data files. If you have your files organized in folders, it’s very easy to search for them in the explorer. But do we really have them categorized to […]

How to Set Different Backgrounds for Dual Monitors in Windows 10

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Multiple monitor setup on a PC or a laptop at home or office always increases productivity. One can snap multiple programs on these monitors and work on multiple applications in parallel. But it’s not just about the work for me. To me it should look good too. Back in the days of Windows 7, there […]

How to Make Android Notifications Better Using Floatify

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Working with notifications was greatly improved in Android Lollipop with the introduction of lock screen and heads-up notifications. While we have already talked about how people who have upgraded to Lollipop can revert back to the Ticker based notifications, we never mentioned how users who are still waiting for their Lollipop update can get the […]

How to Uninstall Modern System Apps in Windows 10

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After the increasing demand of Android and iOS on tablets, Microsoft introduced Windows 8 as a combo of desktop, laptop and tablet operating systems. With Windows 10, Microsoft learned that most users are not comfortable in sharing the desktop/tablet experience and threw in a lot of customization options. However, there was still no way a PC […]

The Best Free Ways to Convert PDF to PowerPoint Which Actually Work

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I always prefer mailing a PDF file than a Word doc or a presentation. They are self-contained and one need not worry about MS Word highlighting your typos on a document. With Office 2013, Microsoft introduced native support for PDF documents. Previously we had to use apps like Paperless Printer and PDF Writers to convert a […]