Williams County Public Library has made some changes and updates to their computers that are available for public use. Computers with internet access have already been available to library patrons at all locations in Bryan, Edgerton, Edon, Pioneer, Stryker, and West Unity. Recently, however, new security measures have been added to make it possible for patrons to use the computers in more ways.
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Patrons can now bring in their own Universal Serial Bus (USB) flash drives so that they can save files in progress, such as a Word Document, for example. Patrons will also be able to download files such as photos that they want to view. Another update now makes it possible for patrons to bring in their own head phones or ear buds or use ear buds available at the library to listen to the sound from videos, music files, and so forth on the library computers.
These changes will make the computers usable for more tasks by more people. For more information about the changes made to the computers, please call the library at 419-636-6734.
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