Redwood City Library offering free drop-in computer assistance

Redwood City Library offering free drop-in computer assistance

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Ever feel frustrated by your phone?  Let down by your laptop?  Confused by your Kindle?

Well, if you’ve got an electronic device – and you know you’d get more out of it, if you knew more about how to use it – Redwood City Public Library can help.

Not by looking up the answers, but by hooking up you – with experts who can show you how to search the Internet, send emails, write documents in Word, download and read a book – if you’ve got questions, they’ve got answers.

There’s no charge – all you need to bring is your device (your smart phone, your laptop, your eReader) and your questions.

There is a drop-in session (so no need to call ahead) every Wednesday, 10 am to noon, in the “Small Conference Room,” of the Main Library, 1044 Middlefield Road.  (The exception this summer is next month, because the Fourth of July is a Wednesday, and the library will be closed.)

If you are a more of a planner, you can make an appointment.  Call Gene Suarez at 650-780-7098.

And if you are more of an internet person, you can get all the information here.