Once you’ve decided that a virtual private server (VPS) is the best option for you and your website, the next important thing is choosing the right operating system (OS) for your VPS
Windows Servers operate on one of the most popular OSes. This means it uses Microsoft solutions for database and website management. When you get Windows Server, your OS will automatically run on the latest Microsoft Hyper V version.
Both operating systems are unique and cater to different types of users and market needs.
Linux is an open-source OS, which means users can easily modify their server to suit their hosting needs. On the other hand, a Windows server uses a more robust system and provides a wide variety of built-in features.
Since Linux is the more cost-saving option, it’s a common choice for startup companies. Meanwhile, Windows is the standard option for most large businesses looking for a more user-friendly interface and seamless integration with Microsoft products.
To purchase a Windows Server, follow these steps:
Your order will be processed within 48 hours after payment has been confirmed.
There’s no limit to the number of websites you can host on your VPS. Just make sure that the allocated resources of your plan cover your website’s needs. If not, you can always upgrade your VPS plan to add more resources.
You can install anything on your Windows Server as long as it does not violate our Terms of Service.
Here are some of the things you can install on your Windows VPS: