It's too "live," room noisy, and echoey. Can you tell your computer is on just by listening? I can almost tell how big your room is by analyzing the echoes. You can force the computer noise lower with effects, but each of those effects can damage the voice. You will never get rid of the echos.
Are you using a deadening solution such as the Kitchen Table Studio?
That's the affordable, do-it-yourself solution.
It's based on a commercial product.
https://voiceoveressentials.com/product ... booth-plus
There are others.
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Your microphone is 10 inches long not counting the connector on the end. The XLR and cable will add about another 4 inches giving a total microphone size of 14 inches. Add a Hawaiian Shaka spacing to your face, say 7 inches....
...and you have a grand total of 21 inches which won't fit in either of the tiny studio solutions.
I can design a double-deep studio, that's the nice thing about cheap plastic pipes, but 40 inches may not fit on your table.
Turn the volume up on the first two seconds of your sample. That is your computer noise, right? The tones in the noise suggest a computer fan and not a refrigerator or room fan. You can't separate the 2i2 from the computer more than about five feet or so (one USB cable), but you can separate the microphone from the 2i2 as far as you want. Commercial XLR cables can come in 20 foot lengths and you can plug them into each other. So that's 40 feet. If you're still in the same room as your microphone, you can make a little studio for the computer. More moving blankets. You need to pay attention because you can't block the air flow. The computer needs to breathe.
That robust bathroom sound just kills home performers right after background noise.