Public Computers


Save your Files:

Save your files often, they are not retrievable after your session has ended.

If you need your files after your session ends, save them to your USB drive or e-mail them to yourself as an attachment. USB drives (2GB) can be purchased at the Circulation Desk for $6.00. You may also save your files to the cloud using Microsoft Onedrive or Google Drive or Dropbox (you must have an account to use these). All public computers have printing and Internet capabilities. We currently do not have wireless printing. Wi-Fi is available at all locations. Printing costs: black & white is $.20 and color is $0.50 per page.


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Public PCs

All PCs at Roseville Public Libraries are running the Windows 7 Professional operating system. All of the Pcs have Microsoft Office 2010 Professional installed for users to create documents, spreadsheets and more. All PCs have printing and Internet capabilities. Printing costs: black & white is $.20 and color is $0.50 per page.

PowerOn Services: Mac Lab

The PowerOn Services Mac Lab is located at the Downtown Library. The Mac Lab is available for public use. The Mac Lab is used for our computer classes for the public. During class sessions the Mac Lab will be closed to the public. All of the Macs are running Lion OS X and currently have Open Office as their office suite, for users to create documents, spreadsheets and more. All Mac have printing and Internet capabilities. Printing costs: black & white is $.20 and color is $0.50 per page.

Chromebooks

Chromebooks are available for in library use only, they are not available for use outside the library, and are available on a first-come first-served basis. You must have a valid library card to check out the device. Chromebooks do not have printing capability. Learn more about Chromebooks.

E-Readers & Mobile Devices

The Library has Kindles and Nooks available for checkout. Both the Kindles and Nooks are preloaded with e-books. If you own your own e-reader, the Library offers classes and drop-in programs designed to teach you how to download library e-books and e-audiobooks to your mobile, tablet and e-reader devices using Overdrive and OneClick Digital. Registration and an Adobe ID may be required for some classes. No registration is required for the drop-in program.

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