Choosing the Best Host for Windows or Linux Web Hosting
Every user is different. Some people never expect to need more than a single domain running on a small hosting plan with a simple five-page HTML/CSS website. These folks are often best served by a host that offers little disk space and
bandwidth but highly automated tools and a support team that will hold their hands through the initial setup.
Other users might require a highly technical support team that can help them scale up rapidly as their demand for additional resources grows. These customers will need to carefully review and interview their web hosts to ensure they are up to the task and can provide extended support.
The key thing in all of this is to go into your search knowing exactly what you are looking for. Identify what means the most to you and define your budget. Know the tools you intend to use and be prepared to ask the hard questions. Finding what you want the first time will save you the trouble of needing to migrate later. More importantly, identifying what you need ahead of time could save your customers frustration.
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There is some difference in terms of processing speed between the two web hosting platforms. However Linux is slightly faster in processing basic web pages.
Linux holds a slight edge due to the fact that the most of the software licenses are open source and it is easier to maintain Linux servers as compared to Windows® servers for the same level of reliability and performance. Unless you specifically plan to use Windows® platform specific features for example ASP.net, it probably makes sense to choose the Linux platform.
Linux is an excellent operating system that is well suited to meet your web hosting needs. Additionally, there are a huge amount of free applications available on the Internet for Linux and it uses less hardware resources than Windows . Whether you are a fairly experienced webmaster or new to web hosting, it is recommended that you choose Linux as your hosting platform.
We understand that you may either prefer PHP or ASP/ASP.net. Therefore we support both Windows and Linux.