If you have been ignoring the prompts to update the OverDrive Media Console software on your Windows computer, you must update the software before downloading your next MP3 audiobook. But, no fear, the update is easy with these tricks:
* All Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 users must use the “Windows Desktop” version in order to download audiobooks to a computer.
*I installed the new version on top of my existing software, meaning I did not have to uninstall the current version of the OverDrive Media Console.
*If you notice that the software looks radically different, you might have accidentally installed the Windows 8/10 version of the software. The Windows for Desktop software looks identical to the version you have been using.
Maker Play this year is adding a touch of tinkering! Come to the library after school Tuesday, November 15th at 3:15 to make a machine that can scribble all on it’s own! Children below age 9 are welcome, but may need some extra help from mom or dad. We can’t wait!
Have you heard about the positive benefits of meditation? Have you always wanted to meditate but didn’t know where to start? Do you just want to learn to relax? Join us for an introduction to meditation with Reiki Masters Venita Nudd and Tari MacDonald from 2:00 to 3:00 PM on November 17th in the Ballroom of the library.
Join us at the library on November 1 at 7:00 as amateur historian Kenneth Vigue presents his program on Governor Francis P. Murphy. You can see a preview of his presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WS0ETzMXeCA
New Hampshire Downloadable Book users: Please be aware of unsolicited telephone offers from people claiming to be computer technicians. Never install software to your computer from anyone who calls you. If you do install software, they will find a program on your computer (like the OverDrive software) and they will try to convince you that there is an immediate problem that only they can fix — for a high price!
If you need help with OverDrive or New Hampshire Downloadable Books, please let us know here at the library.
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