The room is located in the left wing of the third floor, it is the farthest room to the right.
As of the November 15, 2015 Build, the room has a beige wooden floor and blue-grey walls with a tan trim. There are windows in the back of the room that the player cannot see out of. Another row of computers can be found in the front of the room. It is located in the western wing of the third floor.
A table and boxes can be found outside the room in the April 1st, 2016 Build, that the player can hide behind without being caught.
A Placeholder Club Leader is located on the south side of the room.
As of the September 15th, 2017 Build, the window has a black curtain and a black carpet covers the floor.
As of the March 15th, 2018 Build, on the west side of the room, there are two anime posters and two glass shelves containing anime figurines.
One of the most important features of the Computer Lab is the tape recorder, which can be used to listen to the various cassette tapes found around the school and in Yandere-chan's basement. It is located to the right of the room, on a small desk against the center of the wall.
As of the May 18th, 2017 Build, there is a pink, female chibi figurine with twintails, according to YandereDev it is related to Osana Najimi.
As of the June 1st, 2017 Build, green, orange, blue, and yellow figurines have been added to the room.
As of the March 15th, 2018 Build, more figures have been added in glass cases.
As of the April 15th, 2016 Build, if the player joins the Gaming Club, they will be able to interact with several computers in this lab. By doing this, they can temporarily increase one of Yandere-chan's stats once per day.
- A removed Easter Egg was the music that played from the computer when the player moved close to Pippi. It was originally the opening theme of the anime Puella Magi Madoka Magica, titled "Connect" by ClariS. In the August 12th, 2015 Build, the music was updated to an original song created for the room.
- The song that currently plays from the computer, when close to Pippi or Ryuto, is a techno/electronic remix of the soundtrack that the player can hear throughout the game.
- Pippi and Ryuto are playing a real life rhythm game called Osu!.
- At one point, during a debug build, YandereDev was testing with transparent windows. He later had to remove them because it dropped the frame rate tremendously.