Why are there time limits to use library computers?

Computer access is available at all of our library branches. Computers automatically shut down 5 minutes before the library closes. Time limits may be given so that everyone has a chance to use this service. Each person using a computer is guaranteed 60 minutes. If no one is waiting for the computer, an extension of time may be given. Patrons are not limited to one session per day. You can login to our computers with either a library card, or a guest pass - available at the Service Desk. 

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1. What are the locations and hours of the library branches?
2. How do I get a library card?
3. Can I access my library account from home?
4. What do I do if my library card doesn't work, or I lose my library card?
5. What programs and services are available?
6. What other materials besides books are available?
7. Can I use the library if I don't live in Pasco County?
8. Is there internet access at the library?
9. What social media platforms does Pasco County Libraries use?
10. How do I reserve, request, or renew materials?
11. How many items may I check out at one time?
12. Can I use the computers to find employment and other government services?
13. How can I volunteer at, or donate to, Pasco County Libraries?
14. Can I buy a bus pass at the library?
15. Can I buy a pet license at the library?
16. Can I register to vote at the library?
17. Why are there time limits to use library computers?
18. Why is my library sometimes closed during and after a weather emergency?
19. How is the library funded?
20. Still have a question?