220 Lab PC: Hardware and Software

The following list describes the software and computer features available on the dual monitor lab workstations in the Scholarly Commons Room 220 Main Library.

Software updates – Campus wide software updates will follow shortly after when campus applies and makes those updates available.

Windows Computer Information

Dell Precision 3630 Tower

  • Windows 11 Enterprise 64 bit Operating System
  • 3.60GHz Intel Core i7-9700k
  • 32 GB RAM
  • Dual 27 inch monitors
  • Only headphones work

Windows Software

  1. 7-Zip
  2. ABBYY FineReader
  3. Accessibility software, applications are listed alphabetically within the start menu, there is no Accessibility Software folder
    • Dolphin EasyReader
    • JAWS
    • Kurzweil 3000
    • OpenBook
    • ZoomText
  4. Adobe
    • Acrobat Pro
    • Bridge
    • Illustrator
    • InDesign
    • Media Encoder
    • Photoshop
    • Premiere
  5. ArcGIS
    • ArcGIS
    • ArcGIS Pro
    • Python
  6. Audacity
  7. EverNote
  8. GIMP 2
  9. Google Chrome
  10. Google Earth Pro
  11. IBM SPSS Statistics
  12. Mendeley Reference Manager
  13. Microsoft Edge (Windows 10 version of Internet Explorer)
  14. Microsoft Office, applications are listed alphabetically within the start menu; there is no Microsoft Office folder
    • Access
    • Excel
    • OneDrive
    • OneNote
    • Outlook – use Webmail (Microsoft Outlook Web App)
    • PowerPoint
    • Publisher
    • Teams
    • Word
  15. Mozilla Firefox
  16. Notepad++
  17. OCLC Connexion Client
  18. Oxygen XML Editor
  19. QSR Nvivo (QSR folder)
  20. QGIS
    • Grass GIS
    • SAGA GIS
  21. R
  22. Tableau Public
  23. VLC Media Player (VideoLAN folder)
  24. Windows Media Player
  25. Zotero Standalone

Please contact the Library IT Help Desk (217-244-4688) about any questions or problems regarding the equipment.

Go to the library Room 314 Main software list page.

Go to the library room reservation page.

Other Applications and Remote Access for Students

Need another application or remote access? Please use UIUC AnyWare, this is a virtual desktop environment provided by Technology Services allowing students to access software whether remote, on campus, or in class.

  • See the UIUC AnyWare Software List for applications that can be accessed remotely
  • Technology Services’ overview on UIUC AnyWare
  • Students can access UIUC AnyWare on multiple devices and operating systems including Windows, MacOS, and Linux, iOS, and Android