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Providing a Range of
Commercial & Residential Services



If you have just got a new PC/MAC and need some support where to start, maybe you are having difficulty installing software or upgrading hardware, perhaps you are having difficulty resolving a fault? Help is at hand.

My rates are £40 per hour



From time to time it may be necessary to replace a component or reset the computer. We can give advice for a plan of action and execute an economic repair.


Remote services

We recognise that people are often busy and scheduling a time to resolve a problem may not always be convenient. For existing customers we offer a free dial in service using ANYDESK where with your permission we can remote control your computer to resolve an issue.

My online rates are £20 per hour


Web Development

Achieve better results with your website. We create stunning sites that are built for growing your company, helping you increase visibility and encourage engagement. Get it right with a tailored web design that can help you smash your goals

Prices for development of a website start at £450. Please call to discuss your requirements. 



If you have fallen victim of a scam that has threatened the integrity of your computer or you just want to know how to protect against such attacks. We have many years of expertise in dealing with viruses, hijacks, ransomeware and malware.


Domestic Tech

These days there is a bewildering array of technology at our disposal. From smartphones to tablets through to TV’s and media streaming even some household appliances. We can offer help and assistance in getting you up and running.

Dr Who

About Me & Why I’m
The Best For the Job

I can offer the benefit of 30+ years’ professional personal computing experience plus plenty of patience, good humour and a friendly, common-sense approach.

All in the comfort of your own home at a time to suit you!


Call Mark for a chat on

015242 73636

0759 702 4329

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