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Computers and Technology

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In the Library

There are six public computers in the Youth Services Department and ten computers in the Adult Services Department available for one-hour use (extensions upon request if no one is waiting). 

To use a computer, you can log on with a:

  • WPLD card
  • Library card from another SWAN library
  • Registered library card from a non-SWAN Illinois public library
  • One-day guest pass—present your photo ID at our Member Services Desk to receive a guest pass.

A user agreement must be signed for children ages 17 and under. 

See our Computer Use Policy

Software available on these computers includes:

  • Edge, Firefox and Chrome web browsers
  • Microsoft Office 2021 Standard (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, OneNote and OneDrive)
  • Adobe Reader
  • Various multimedia apps included in Windows 10

We are unable to install additional software on the public computers.

You can also check out the following devices for in-library use if you have a WPLD card:

  • Laptops
  • Charging cables
  • USB C to HDMI cables
  • External DVD drive
  • Slide-to-digital converter
  • USB Numeric Keypad

Print, copy, scan and fax services are available at the Library.

Questions? Call the Member Services Desk at 630/393-1171 x100. 

Take It To Go Technology

We have a variety of mobile devices for you to take home. Use your Warrenville Library card to check out these and many other items for easy use at home, work or on the go:

  • Roku streaming device
  • Flip video camera
  • Mobile hotspot
  • Digital converter

View a complete list and place a hold.

Questions? Call the Member Services Desk at 630/393-1171 x100.



1.  I don’t have a Warrenville Library card. Can I use a computer?

Yes. See notes under In the Library

2.  Do you have WiFi?

Yes. Connect to the WPLD_Public network. You don’t need a password.

3.  How much does it cost to print or copy?

Black and white printouts are 10 cents per side. Color printouts are 25 cents per side.

4.  Can I print from my own laptop or device?

Yes. Use our wireless printing service. If you have questions, visit or call our Adult Services Desk at 630/393-1171 x121,

5.  Can I send or receive a fax?

You can send free domestic faxes using our SimpleScan station. We are unable to receive faxes. The Simple Scan station does not receive faxes or send faxes to international numbers.

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