Windows and Linux Hosting

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The operating system is a collection of software that manages computer hardware and provides services for programming. Linux and Windows are two types of Operating systems. Both Windows and Linux operating system managing all kinds of hosting servers. Generally, Linux s the most common and low-cost hosting server that’s most popular servers. Linux is an open-source operating system whereas windows are commercial. In Linux, most of the services are low and sometimes can free for use but in Windows servers, you have to pay some part of windows services. Generally, Linux hosting refers to shared hosting, the most common hosting service in the current market. Most of the hosting companies using Linux hosting because of its affordable and low price. Linux is compatible with PHP and MySQL and can support scripts such as WordPress, Zen Cart. On the Other hand, Windows hosting uses windows as the server operating system and provides technologies like ASP, .NET, Microsoft SQL Server. In web hosting Linux and windows provides different control panel like Linux deals in SSH root access with Cpanel and on the other hand windows provides RDP access with Plesk panel. Both panels are user friendly for managing and monitoring the web hosting servers.
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manoharparakh

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Windows

Pros:


If it comes pre-installed, the drivers always work.
There are literally thousands more games for windows than linux
MS Office.
It is almost always pre-installed on computers, so there is no need for a linux-like installation.

Cons:

Possibly the least secure modern OS out there
There is no way to tell what programs do, since they are proprietary. A program could have control of your camera, and you would never know it.
Convoluted system. It is extremely hard to get anything done on your system, because the back-end (control panel, CMD) is archaic, since no-one uses it.
Huge number of background processes. These are called bloatware, which are unnecessary processes, that clog up you computer, and slow it down.

Linux

Pros:


Security. You can’t install software with one-click. Everything that could potentially wreck your computer requires authentication.

Linux is great about staying up and running, without shutting down, or needing updates. While a Windows computer may need a restart every week or so, linux can stay up for months at a time.

Everything is open-source. Anti-Linux people might say, “If it’s open-source, anyone might put stuff in it!” Exactly. That’s why it’s so secure. Anyone can look at the source code, so everyone can see that user X is writing viruses, or not fixing his errors. If you do make errors, other, more experienced people can help you fix them.

Bloat-free. Remember those back-ground processes? Linux requires only a handful to run, and thus you have scads more RAM for your video player, browser, or what have you.

Options. This is a biggie. THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF LINUX! If you don’t like this one, install a new one.

Cons:

Hardly any video games. Because so few people use linux, there are few games ported to it.

Unreliable hardware drivers. The most popular distros usually work right out of the box, but some times, you have to work on it.

Slightly less better GUI. GUI’s for linux aren’t as polished as others. This is only barely true, usually it’s false.
 
PHP and MySQL are compatible with Linux hosting, allowing you to run scripts like WordPress, Zen Cart, and phpBB. Windows hosting, on the other hand, runs on Windows servers and includes Windows-specific technologies such as ASP,.NET, Microsoft Access, and Microsoft SQL Server (MSSQL).
 

Tom_Ryan

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10GB Hosting service provider offers you two kinds of hosting: Best Linux Hosting and Windows Hosting. In general, Linux Hosting refers to shared hosting, the most popular hosting service. In fact, most of the websites are now hosted using Linux hosting due to their affordable price and flexibility. Linux hosting is compatible with PHP and MySQL, which supports scripts such as WordPress, Zen Cart, and phpBB. Windows hosting, on the other hand, uses Windows as the server operating system and offers Windows-specific technologies such as ASP, .NET, Microsoft Access, and Microsoft SQL Server (MSSQL).
 
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