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Weber County Main library computer lab reopened

Tuesday , March 18, 2014 - 3:24 PM

Staff And Correspondents

OGDEN -- The Weber County Main Library, 2464 Jefferson Ave., Ogden, reopened its computer lab after being closed for about two weeks to install new computers and software on 11 of its machines.

With the changes, the computers will run on a virtual desktop infrastructure, which runs off a main server, and will include Windows 7 Professional, Microsoft Office 2007, Adobe Acrobat Standard X, Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, Adobe Lightroom 4.1 and Winway Resume Deluxe 14.

During the closure, the library made other computers available for use.

Other software will include Mango Languages Online Learning System and Sketchup 8. All computers will have USB ports and headphone jacks.

For more information, call 801-337-2632.

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