Computer and internet access
All our libraries have computers, internet and Wi-Fi access.
Using public computers
Buckinghamshire library members may have 1 hour per day free on the internet when using library computers. Please note library members must bring their library membership card with them to claim their free hour.
Use after this is charged at 50p per 15 minutes.
If you're not already a member of the library, it is free to join.
Please note access to the public computers ceases 15 minutes before the library closes
A4 Greyscale: 15p per page
A4 Colour: 50p per page
Children under 16
Must be library members to use the internet, must bring their library membership card with them and have written permission from their parent or guardian.
Under 8s must be accompanied by a parent or carer when accessing the internet on library computers.
Read the UK Safer Internet Centre advice and tips for Parents and Carers to help keep your child safe online.
Please read our public computer, internet and Wi-Fi use in libraries policy for more details
All Buckinghamshire libraries offer free Wi-Fi.
Bring along your own device and connect to the internet for free.
On your devices search for available Wi-Fi networks and connect to BCC_GUEST
These community libraries also offer Wi-Fi access through different network providers so their access arrangements will vary:
- Beacon Villages
- Farnham Common
Please note we currently do not offer Wi-Fi printing.
All of our public computers have the standard Microsoft Windows 7 accessibility features.
We also have Windows Eyes for Office, which reads the text on the screen and a choice or male or female narration voices.
The libraries listed below have a larger screen available:
- Aylesbury Study Centre
- High Wycombe
- Princes Risborough
Boardmaker - picture communication software
Boardmaker is computer software that contains thousands of Picture Communication Symbols.
Symbols can be used with anyone who may need additional support with communication.