Truth Social launches web app accessible via computer

Jaime E. Love

Former President Donald Trump’s social network has arrived on the web.

Truth Social launched the web app version of the social network, which will allow users to access the website on their computers. The app was previously only accessible on the Apple App Store.

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The launch of the app arrives two weeks before the “originally anticipated May 31 target date,” according to a Wednesday press release from Trump Media & Technology Group.

“End of May, we will launch PWA (Web Browser) this will allow access from any device,” CEO Devin Nunes wrote in a May 2 post on the platform. “After that, we will launch an Android App … pending approval from Google!” It is unclear when the Android app will be accessible, although Android users can access Truth Social through the web app in

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How to mute or unmute yourself on Zoom

Jaime E. Love

Aside from being good online etiquette, there’s nothing more embarrassing than having background noises interrupt the flow of your Zooms meetings. From dogs barking to neighborhood construction, any loud sounds can be distracting. Here’s how to mute and unmute yourself on Zoom so that your voice is the only audio anyone hears.

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To mute or unmute yourself on Zoom, click on the Microphone icon on the bottom left of the screen.


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How to mute or unmute your microphone on Zoom

The process of muting or unmuting yourself on Zoom is the same on the desktop and mobile apps. While in a meeting, simply click the microphone icon at the bottom left of the screen to mute yourself.

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On a computer, you can click the small arrow beside the

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Windows 11 Hidden Features That’ll Change How You Use Your Computer

Jaime E. Love

Windows 11 began its staggered rollout last year, and since then Microsoft said its latest operating system is ready for broad deployment. This means anyone with a computer that meets the minimum requirements should be able to download and install Windows 11. 

Whether you’re using your computer for work or your personal life, it’s a good time to master some of Windows’ productivity features. These built-in tricks can help you do everything from setting up Taskbar shortcuts to saving battery power. Microsoft isn’t typically as upfront about its hidden features in the same way that Apple tends to be, which can sometimes make it more difficult to know how to take advantage of all that Windows has to offer. But we’ve got you covered here with our list of hidden features you can start using right now to get the most out of Windows 11.   


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How to Move Windows 11’s Taskbar to the Top of the Screen

Jaime E. Love

The Windows 11 taskbar on the top of the screen.

As of October 2021, Windows 11 doesn’t let you move your taskbar to the top of the screen with an official setting (unlike Windows 10). But we’ve figured out a way to make it happen by editing the Registry—and you can do it with just a few clicks. Here’s how.

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Edit the Registry Yourself

To move your Windows 11 taskbar to the top of the screen, you can either change your Windows Registry manually or download our one-click hack in the section below. First, we’ll show you how to do it yourself.

Warning: The Registry Editor is a powerful tool. Misusing it can render your system unstable or even inoperable. Still, this is a simple hack, and if you follow the instructions completely, you shouldn’t have any problems. If you haven’t used the Registry Editor before, consider reading

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