New computers, software at Richmond Heights Memorial Library

The next time you visit Richmond Heights Memorial Library, you might notice something different about the public computers.

The library has been awarded a Technology Mini-Grant from the Missouri State Library to update a variety of technological services, the library has reported.

All 14 public computers are being replaced with an updated model that runs on Windows 10 and has the full Microsoft Office Suite available for use. The new models have “lighting fast” updated hardware.

The grant will also be used to create a public printing station, where library users can release their own print jobs from the computers or their mobile devices,

Expect to see this new feature in May of 2019.

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