Nesmith Library

Windham, New Hampshire

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Computers, Devices, & Other Equipment

Please see our Phased Reopening page for our current services.

Computing & Printing

We currently have eight public access computers for use.  Use your Nesmith Library card to log in; if you do not have a card, ask at the check-out desk for a password.  Our computers are connected to the public photocopier (black and white only) for printing purposes.  Printing and copies are $.10 per side.  If a user has not brought a personal flash drive on which to save data, we have a limited number of flash drives available to check out for 3 days (no renewals and no holds allowed).

The Library also offers free WiFi for use with your laptop or other device, however, we do not have wireless printing. The WiFi signal extends to our lower parking lot and the immediate library grounds.


eDevices (for Nesmith Library cardholders only)

The Library offers:

  • Two Kindle ereaders, which are preloaded with a variety of adult interest books, they do not have access to the internet.
  • Two Nook HD 7" devices for children through the generosity of the Friends of the Library of Windham (FLOW).  The Nook is preloaded with a variety of apps for children's educational and entertainment needs.
  • Three iPad tablets, donated by Barry Ashar of Makromed Inc.  Borrowing is restricted to cardholders over 18 years of age.


There is a scanner attached to one of our public access computers for public use.

The Library has a number of "unusual items" that may be checked out with a valid Nesmith Library borrower's card.  The GMILCS Common Borrower Card is not valid for these "unusual items," nor may they be requested by other non-GMILCS libraries through Interlibrary Loan.  A list of the "unusual items" may be found in our online catalog.


All Nesmith Library computers, devices, equipment, and software are used at the risk of the user.  Any data loss, or damage, perceived or actual, to the user's personal equipment is not the responsibility of the Nesmith Library.  Please read the Public Internet Access and Appropriate Use policy.






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