Computers, WiFi and Internet Access

Free Public Computers in FCLS Libraries

FCLS is proud to provide free access to internet connected public computers. You can access public computers at FCLS branches with a current library card, or courtesy card. Public computers are available on a first-come-first serve basis. Users agree to abide by FCLS Internet and Computer Use Policy .

Printing Fees

Black & white: $0.10 per page. Please note, a maximum of 25 pages can be printed at a time; print jobs over 25 pages will have to be separated into multiple jobs.

Color: $0.50 per page.

Credit cards accepted: Mastercard and Visa. Please note, a $5.00 hold will be placed on your credit card even if the printing cost is below $5.00.  Only the amount used will be actually charged.

Free Wi-Fi in FCLS Libraries

The Fulton County Library System is pleased to offer wireless Internet access to our patrons. Simply bring your wireless-enabled laptop computer or other device to the library, turn it on and go. There is no charge to use the service, and there is no waiting for an available PC! In order to connect, your computer must have a Wi-Fi-compatible network card installed (802.11g or higher). Wireless users agree to abide by FCLS Internet and Computer Use Policy 

Wireless Access Policy

The Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System will provide a free Internet access point or “hot spot” for users with portable computers or devices capable of receiving wireless signals, during normal library business hours. This access point will allow users to access the Internet from their laptop computers or devices when sitting within range of the access point.

Library staff will provide a general outline on the settings necessary to access the Internet via these connections, but are not responsible for any changes you make to your computer’s settings and cannot guarantee your hardware will work with our wireless connection.

If a user has problems accessing the Internet over these connections, staff will verify the library’s connections are up and running, but they cannot assist in making changes to the user’s network settings or perform any troubleshooting on the user’s own computer. Please refer to your owner’s manual or other support services offered by your device manufacturer.

Printers are not available via the wireless connection at this time. If you need to print, please save your work to a floppy disk or email files to yourself, then login to a wired library workstation and send jobs to the public printer.

Use of our access points is governed by FCLS Internet and Computer Use Policy

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