Using Library Computers & WiFi

The Adams County Library has free WiFi access, available 24 hours.  The signal does not reach far outside the building, but if you can see it on your device, it is available for use.  No password is needed but please be aware that there is no security on the system.

The Library offers 11 workstations with internet connections.  These are available for use whenever the library is open.  No information is saved on the computer when a patron logs off.  Information may be downloaded to a flash drive (available for purchase from the Library), stored in the “cloud” online (Dropbox is a popular option), burned to a CD, or emailed to the patron’s personal account for later access.  Items can be printed in black and white or color.  Black and white prints cost 25 cents a page; color prints cost 50 cents a page.

You can reserve a computer for a specific time through the MyPC application.  You will need your library card number and your PIN number to make a reservation.

A reservation is not needed to use a computer.  Any open computer in the Library is available for login by any patron with her/his library card number and PIN number.  Guest passes are available for anyone who does not have a valid library card.  Forgotten PIN numbers can be reset by any library staff member—just ask for help.

Computers are available for a maximum of 120 minutes—2 hours—each day.  Additional time for needs like online testing may be arranged by speaking with Library staff in advance of the date.