High speed internet computers are available in all Surrey libraries.
Who can use the computers?
Anyone can use the computers. Library members can have up to two hours free (conditions apply) and can purchase additional hours for £2.50 per hour.
To use a computer you will need to have a library card and know your PIN number. If you are disabled see our webpage: Library computers for users with disabilities.
Non-members can purchase a one hour guest login for £2.50
How do I book a computer?
You can also book in person or by phoning us.
How long can I use a computer for?
You may use a computer for up to one hour in any one session with a maximum of two free hours in any one day.
Once your session has finished you will be unable to log onto the computer again, or any other computer that may be free, for 10 minutes.
Can children use the computers?
If you are under 16 years of age you will need your parent or carer to either sign a permission form or to use the computer with you.
What can I use the computers for?
The computers are all connected to the internet. You can surf the web, search for information, send or receive email. However, internet access at the library is filtered, so the filter may occasionally block sites of interest. Why not use our computers for independent study following a course of your choosing? There are also word processing and other office programmes for you to use.
If you haven't used the internet before
If you are not familiar with the internet, library staff can help you get started and can help you search for information. You could also book a Computer Buddy, to help you get started.
Can I print pages from the internet?
Yes, there is a charge for printing:
All libraries have black and white printers, not all have colour. Check individual library for details.
- 25p a sheet for black and white
- £1 a sheet for colour
Can I use USB drives in the computers?
Yes, work can be saved to USB drives. USB drives can be bought at your library for £8.50.