Roll forward again to 2000 and the introduction of OS X (now macOS). A completely new operating system built around the incarnation of the internet as we know and use it today, built not to fall foul of the tricks of hackers and viruses, but built to be fast, useable, clean and customisable. It still stands on the same base today, albeit much improved, very much faster and with a LOT more ability.
Today; from simple maintenance to repairs, networking and tuition, setting up and migrating software, working on anything Apple is a pleasure for Mac Doctor Norwich. It always has been and always will be. The best thing about helping clients with their Apple computers, is the satisfaction from seeing a client's requirements fulfilled.
Move on to 1989, Mac Doctor Norwich is introduced for the first time to the Apple Macintosh - a Macintosh Plus. The revelation of a Graphical User Interface, the windows, the menus, the pointer and icons. The single button mouse, the built in floppy disk drive without an eject button. What this did was begin a love affair; Mac Doctor Norwich and Macs.
Mac Doctor Norwich has a long history of being involved in computers. In 1982, the Sinclair Spectrum 48K hits the market. It's not long until Mac Doctor Norwich gets into programming. He goes from there through Amstrads and Commodores, Atari STs and Amigas, and a variety of consoles too.