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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A Quick Guide to Get the Classic Start Menu in Windows 10

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Some of us can’t adjust to changes around us, even if it’s as minor as replacing morning coffee with a cup of green tea. I know, its healthy, but then we just don’t care about it, as we hate changes. Let’s take Windows as an example. With Windows 8, they dropped a bomb on users […]

Easily Rollback from Windows 10 Upgrade Using Macrium Reflect

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I am sure everyone is excited for the Windows 10 upgrade, especially when it’s coming without a price tag. But there are still a few bugs in the final release and one must wait for some updates if they want a smooth ride. For those who are not conformable with the Windows 10 and need more time […]

Getting Started With Zooper Widget on Android

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One thing I like about Android that I always miss on other mobile operating systems is the support for home screen widgets. Every morning I dedicate 15 minutes to my widgets to get information like weather, news and my upcoming events and meetings right on the home screen. The second thing that’s great about them […]

Quick Look at Microsoft Arrow Launcher for Android

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Microsoft is on fire. Right before the release of Windows 10 for computers and smartphones, and Office 2016, they have released an all new launcher for Android, called the Arrow Launcher. It has been a while since I’ve tried a new launcher especially since I was convinced by Khamosh that EverythingMe is the ultimate launcher one would want. Therefore, […]

5 New Addictive iOS Racing Games Off The Usual Track

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I love racing games, in fact it’s my favorite genre of games be it computer or smartphone. However, whenever we talk about racing games for iPhone, or even Android, only a few names share the limelight. The top few recommendations are Asphalt 8, Real Racing, Need for Speed etc. No doubt these games are great when […]

How to Customize the Windows 10 Start Menu the Way You Want

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Windows is known for it’s Start menu and the good ol’ start button for ages. But in the last variant of Windows, Windows 8, it dropped a bomb on its users and came out with a full fledged Start screen for tablet support. Moreover, the Start button was missing, the power option were gone and everyone was […]

How to Change Login Screen and Get Dark Mode in Windows 10

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The other day I was reading an article on PC World and the author mentioned that if only Windows 8 hadn’t been so bad, Windows 10 wouldn’t be so good. I truly agree with him on this point. Windows 8 primarily focused on tablet users and if you were working on a desktop or a […]

How to Completely Disable Windows Defender in Windows 10

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Windows Defender is the default anti-malware software that is shipped with Windows 10 and is nothing new. We have seen it since the days of Windows 7. Windows have integrated Microsoft Security Essentials to Windows Defender in order to safeguard your computer against malicious files. The software is good, but only for basic needs. Also it doesn’t […]

How to Create a Recovery Drive in Windows 10 and Why Would One Want to

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Imagine a situation when you wake up one fine morning only to realize that your computer just won’t boot. It might be a system error or corrupt files. Just one of those days when your computer needs a little pampering from you. If you have a recovery drive on your PC which was created by the OEM, it’s […]

How to Install and Run Any App Without Worrying About Detection of Root Access

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We have always talked good things when it comes to rooting of an Android phone. Without any second thoughts, I can say that an Android user with a rooted phone gets more done from his device when compared to the same phone without root access. However, with the power of complete control over your device, there’s […]

How to Change the Title Bar Colors in Windows 10 Without Downloading Anything

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I recently installed Windows 10 Technical Preview as a dual booting operating system over Windows 7 and when Abhijeet asked me how does Windows 10 looks and feels like, I told him that it’s too minimalistic for a desktop. I mean, it’s not that I don’t like a minimalist design, but a persistent white color […]

Control Music Playback Using Hardware Buttons on Android

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If you have been following my articles, you must be aware about how biased I am towards Android when compared to the iPhone. I would always prefer Android as my default smartphone over the iPhone any day. But today, I am favoring the iPhone and that is because of its compatibility towards different headsets we […]

How to Manually Create Google Photo Stories (And A Possible Alternative)

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Sharing photos on social networks like Facebook and Google+ is fun. Your friends can enjoy as much as you did on your last trip, by looking at the photos you have uploaded. Most of us use the traditional way of creating online albums on the preferred social sharing website and then share the link with […]

Two Xposed Modules for a Better YouTube Experience on Android

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Time and again we have talked about apps for YouTube with which you can listen to music even while the app is not running in the foreground. The only problem was, these were third-party apps which stream your playlist from YouTube as audio and used to play in the background even when the app was minimized. These apps were removed from […]