Public Computers and Wi-Fi

Computer Labs

  • The library has 15 public computers for adults, 4 public computers for tweens, and 3 public computers for teens.
  • Patrons are allowed one 90-minute session each day.
  • Computers are shutdown 10 minutes before the library closes to ensure all patrons leave by the time the doors are locked.
  • Printing is 10 cents per page for black and white, and 25 cents per page for color.
  • You must have a LINCC library card to log on to the computers. Out-of-town visitors who aren't eligible to obtain a LINCC library card may obtain a guest pass for one 60-minute session daily.
  • All computer users are expected to comply with our Computer Use Policy.
  • Headphones and media card readers are available for check-out. These are for in-library use only.
  • A Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 overhead scanner is available at Computer #1 and an Epson Perfection V39 flatbed scanner is available at Computer #2. Both are free to use.
  • Wireless printing is available for laptop users running Mac OS X or Windows.

Our Public PCs are equipped as follows:

Windows 7 w/ SP1

Microsoft Word 2013 (Word Processing)
Microsoft Excel 2013 (Spreadsheets)
Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 (Presentations)
Microsoft Access 2013 (Database)
Microsoft Publisher 2013 (Desktop Publishing)
Google Chrome (Web broweser)
Internet Explorer (Web browser)
Firefox (Web browser)
Windows Media Player (music / video player)
Paint.NET (Photo/Graphics tool)
Photoscape (Photo/Graphics tool)

Adobe Reader
Adobe Flash
Adobe Shockwave
Quicktime Player


The West Linn Public Library offers wireless access building-wide. Access is free and no passwords are required. Users must agree to an acceptable use policy when connecting to the network.

We encourage users to take precautions when using any public hotspot, as wireless access is accessible and open to anyone in the library. This means your transmissions may not be secure. Virus and security protection is the responsibility of the patron.

Most wireless enabled laptops come automatically configured to pick up the wireless signal and you won't need to change any settings. You are responsible for knowing how to configure your own equipment. The library is not responsible for any changes you make to your computer's settings, and we do not guarantee your hardware will be compatible with our wireless network.

Check that the network settings for your card are set to "obtain an IP address automatically." 

Parents are responsible for supervision of their children's Internet sessions.