All branches of the Alameda County Library offer computers available for public use. All of the computers are PCs. Most public use computers offer Internet access as well as such applications as MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Use of these computers require a valid Alameda County Library card and is limited to one hour a day per person. A limited number of computers do not have Internet access but do run the full compliment of MS Office 2000 applications and can be used for two hours per day. These "Word Processing" stations also require a valid Alameda County Library card to use.
The majority of public use computers can print documents via the library's public use pay printers. Printed pages can be picked up at the branches centrally located pay printer and require the use of a printing debit card. Printing debit cards can be purchased from the vending machine located by the library's photocopy machines. Each printed page will deduct 15 cents from your printing debit card.
If you have any further questions please contact the reference desk of your local library for more details.