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...
All OCLS locations have computers available for public use. Read more about computer use at OCLS.
Yes. Every library location has designated computer stations for children.
Each Library computer has a version of Adobe Reader for reading PDFs.
At each Library location, there is a computer station equiped with assistive software for those with special needs.
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. 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.
The Library's internet computer stations have the following Microsoft Office applications: Access, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, and Word.
Computers are only to be used for working on projects associated with Melrose Center type activities such as video, audio, graphic design and photo editing. Users cannot use these computers to read emails, write letters, browse the Internet and social networking sites such as Facebook or to watch...
Each Library location has a computer station with the following assistive software: JAWS for Windows: a software program that uses a speech synthesizer to read aloud all text that appears on the screen. MAGic Screen Magnification: a screen magnification program that enlarges images and text that...
Browse the items below to find out if your device or computer is compatible with the downloadable media services provided by the Library. Select a service-provider for information about supported devices.
We highly recommend that when downloading a song, you select the option to save the file to a specific location on your computer. However, if you didn't specify a location or you opted to open the file without saving it, there are a couple things you can try to locate where the song was saved.
This computer station is dedicated to providing the public with access to The Right Service at the Right Time website.
The PC Pass is available for $10 which will provide you with computer access for up to three sessions a day for seven days. There is also an Express Pass option for $5, which provides computer access for one hour.