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.


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.

Read more: How to set up and host a Zoom meeting


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


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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De-Arching: McDonald’s to sell Russia business, exit country

Jaime E. Love

McDonald’s is closing its doors in Russia, ending an era of optimism and increasing the country’s isolation over its war in Ukraine.

The Chicago burger giant confirmed Monday that it is selling its 850 restaurants in Russia. McDonald’s said it will seek a buyer who will employ its 62,000 workers in Russia, and will continue to pay those workers until the deal closes.

“Some might argue that providing access to food and continuing to employ tens of thousands of ordinary citizens, is surely the right thing to do,” McDonald’s President and CEO Chris Kempczinski said in a letter to employees. “But it is impossible to ignore the humanitarian crisis caused by the war in Ukraine.”

McDonald’s said it’s the first time the company has ever “de-arched,” or exited a major market. It plans to start removing golden arches and other symbols and signs with the company’s name. McDonald’s said

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The best free antivirus software for your PC

Jaime E. Love

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Virus protection is something every computer needs. Although virus attacks are relatively less common nowadays, thanks to improved security overall, it’s still nice to have a dedicated piece of software protecting your system and data so you can rest easy.

The problem? Many of the best antivirus software picks cost a pretty penny. Not to worry, though, because there are some great options if you want the best free antivirus software for PC. Here are our picks for the best free antivirus software for PC.

See also: The best antivirus and anti-malware apps for Android

The best free antivirus software for PC

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Best antivirus software for Windows PC

Windows antivirus apps that don’t cost anything have historically been rather spammy. In recent years, this trend has changed, and we now get some pretty solid options. Viruses and

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