Computers & Equipment

Información en español: Computadoras

All Locations

The following equipment and services are available at all open locations:

Public access computers

Use a computer with a free Denver Public Library card. Computers have:

  • CD/DVD drive
  • USB ports
  • audio jacks
  • Internet access
  • Microsoft Office 2016
  • a variety of computer software for communication and media creation

Express computers are available for 15 minute sessions, no library card required.

Copying, Printing, and Scanning

Print from library computers or mobile print from your own device.

  • Black and white copies/printouts 10 cents per page
  • Color copies/printouts 50 cents per page
  • Scan to email free

There are no public fax machines at any Denver Public Library location, however, there is an option to scan and fax online — please ask a staff person for assistance

Wireless Internet

Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) is available in all library locations for wireless capable devices, no password or library card required.

Computer Software

DPL computers have a variety of software installed on them available for patron use. The following can be found on all computers: Windows 10, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Microsoft Office 2016 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), Windows Media Player, VLC, and more.


Central Library

Please Note:

  • Access to Central Library computers and equipment has been limited due to construction for bond renovations.

Community Technology Center (CTC) — Floor 1

  • 34 public access computers with a variety of software
  • Trained technology staff
  • Services for Persons with Disabilities — 1 ADA computer with ZoomText, Jaws, and other adaptive software
  • 1 color multi-function printer/copier/scanner - color copies/printouts 50 cents per page, B&W printouts/copies 10 cents per page; Scanning free (sends PDF to email)
  • Headphones and flash drives for sale — $1 for headphones, $5 for 4GB USB flash drive

Western History/Genealogy — Floor 1

  • 2 microfilm & microfiche scanners with USB and email capacity
  • Listen to audio cassettes
  • 1 B&W printer
  • 1 book scanner
  • More information about Western History/Genealogy services and access

More Computer Services

Computer Policies and Guidelines

Computer & Internet Policy