Please note: Due to Covid-19, computers for kids and teens are currently unavailable as essential services are limited. Yes. Every library location has designated computer stations for children.
During each location’s closure, we invite you to visit another OCLS location for access to public PCs until the location opens. The locations below are closest:
Purpose: The Orange County Library System has adopted the following procedure to ensure an opportunity for customers to make a formal complaint against a library decision or service. The Orange County Library System will accept and attempt to resolve all customer concerns at the service delivery...
Computers are available for use at all library location. Computer use is free for all library cardholders who are residents or property owners in the Orange County Library District. Out of Library District residents (including reciprocal borrower card holders), who wish to use the computers, must...
No, but you can sign up to use one of over 500 computers available to the public in one of our 16 Library locations.
The Library's internet computer stations have the following Microsoft Office applications: Access, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, and Word.
No, the Orange County Library System does not currently have the Microsoft Office applications in Spanish.
Each Library computer has a version of Adobe Reader for reading PDFs.
Yes, you can use USB devices, such as Memory sticks, Cameras, and Digital Media Players, on Library computer stations, as long as the devices do not require driver installation or additional software.
Yes. Each Library location has a black and white printer available for printing. The cost is $0.15 per page for B&W printouts and $1.00 per page for Color printouts.
Yes. Every library location has designated computer stations for children.
Yes. The Freedom Box software will work on our computers that have sound cards and CD-ROM drives. If you are using it on one of our computers that has the JAWS software, you will NOT need to bring up JAWS itself.