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This device profile covers Windows XP, Vista, and 7.
- MP3 audiobooks
- WMA audiobooks and music
- Adobe and Open EPUB eBooks
- Adobe and Open PDF eBooks
- Kindle Books (U.S. only)
- Streaming video
With a Windows computer, you can borrow and enjoy eBooks, audiobooks, music, and video from your library's digital collection.
What you need
- An internet connection
- A library card
How it works
- Install software to download titles.
You can read OverDrive Read eBooks and watch streaming videos right in your browser, with no software installation required.
Library titles available in the following formats can be downloaded to your Windows computer. Use the links below to install the free software needed for download.
- EPUB or PDF eBooks - Adobe Digital Editions
- MP3 or WMA audio files - OverDrive for Windows
- Kindle Books* - Kindle for PC or Kindle Cloud Reader
*Note: Kindle books are currently available for US libraries only.
- Borrow titles from your library website.
- Enjoy titles on your computer, or transfer them to a device.
OverDrive Read eBooks can be read from a compatible browser on your computer, tablet, or mobile device. Just click the Read button next to a borrowed eBook to get started.
Streaming videos can be watched from the browser on your computer or a supported device. Just click the Play button next to a borrowed video to get started.
Kindle Books can be read on your computer using Kindle for PC or Kindle Cloud Reader. You can also transfer them to your Kindle device via USB or over Wi-Fi.
EPUB and PDF eBooks open automatically in Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) on your computer when you click Download.
MP3 and WMA open automatically in OverDrive for Windows when you click Download.