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    Linux is generally the preferred VPS setup for most hosting users. Some may prefer the familiar environment of Windows but it has shown to have a good number of weaknesses in comparison to Linux VPS. There are many good sources for information on Linux VPS setup and operation so don't fear moving over to Linux. Once you know just a few things then you will want to quickly leave Windows behind when it comes to your VPS environment.
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    Windows & Linux VPS Hosting


    Originally Posted by eranet
    Which out of Windows and Linux hosting is the best? Which one are you using currently? Is it stable?

    I want to know which out of these would be good and easy to use.
    I have come upon this article sharing knowledge about windows and linux hosting.
    http://thevpsreview.org/windows-linu...ef-comparison/
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    Originally Posted by alok897
    Advantage of windows webhosting it support classic ASP and .Net script that is more powerful and popular language.
    Since when ASP is more powerful and popular than PHP?
    Last edited by freak.inside; September 19th, 2013 at 04:56 AM.
    All generalizations are false, including this one. Free hosting
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    I think it totally depends on individual requirements. I am currently on Linux and I am very happy with it. Also Linux is comparatively cheaper than Windows.
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    I think it really depends on your application.

    For a web server, I will always prefer Linux + cPanel.

    For a remote desktop server, I will always prefer Windows Server.
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    Think the OP's question has been answered pretty well. Closing thread.
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