What is the difference between linux and windows hosting ???

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  • What is the difference between linux and windows hosting ???

    If anyone star to business of hosting then what should choose him ? and why ? and also
    what is google cloud ?

  • #2
    Linux and windows are two different types of operating systems. Linux is a more secure and more efficient than windows. Linux is the most popular operating system for web servers.
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    • #3
      Linux and Windows are two distinct sorts of working frameworks, both have diverse working frameworks and vary in their execution.

      Before you settle on a choice in purchasing a specific facilitating administration I will enable you to out with what's there in like manner -

      Same way to deal with information the executives.

      FTP the board apparatus is available in both.

      Nearness of (.html) and JavaScript (.js)

      The principal thing the vast majority think about when they select a host is the manner in which they get to the back end of their sites. CPanel, which is accessible on all Linux OS facilitating. WHM, or Web Host Manager, is likewise accessible on Linux servers, yet not on Shared Linux servers. Windows servers then again run Plesk.

      The following interesting point is the means by which you can access and exchange documents to and in the server. Both Linux just as Windows frameworks have FTP get to, however Linux is normally the special case that provisions telnet or SSS access too. It isn't so much that Windows can't do that, however it's seldom offered by facilitating administrators.

      Two contrasts which are normally overlooked among Linux and Windows web facilitating servers is the means by which they compose the pages, and regardless of whether they are case touchy.

      The last contrast is Security.


      • #4
        The difference is just the operating system. Linux is a free source operating system whereas Windows is an operating system by Microsoft.
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        • #5
          This is a very big difference. We will not be able to advise you on the ideal option for you until you tell what exactly you need a server for. If we talk about general differences, then these are security, freedom, free, open source, popularity, the amount of software, all these are the main differences between Linux and Windows, which most often cause users to switch to this operating system. Everything from the kernel to the user interface is different between these two operating systems. For example, if we talk about the kernel, then Linux is monolithic, it consists of one file, and modules can be used to expand its functionality. All programs communicate with the kernel through system calls, they are standardized, so the same programs can run on different Linux platforms, for example, x86 and ARM, without rewriting. As for the file system, you will immediately notice that the linux operating system is very different from windows in the structure of the file system. Linux provides a filesystem more realistically as it really is. The structure of the file system starts from the root, or, in other words, the main directory of the system partition, and all other disks are connected there in the necessary subdirectories. Also in Linux, all settings are stored in regular files that are located in the file system. Global configuration files are located in the / etc / folder. They apply to all users who use this computer. This is just a very small list of differences. As you can see, there are a lot of them. As I said, we can only help you if you describe your goals. For example, for my company I use Windows, and I also which help us in development. And this is just one of the million uses of this operating system ....
          Last edited by Varamand; 09-17-2020, 03:43 AM.


          • #6
            Linux hosting refers to shared hosting, the most popular hosting service in the industry. Windows hosting, on the other hand, uses Windows as the servers' operating system and offers Windows-specific technologies such as ASP, . NET, Microsoft Access and Microsoft SQL server (MSSQL).


            • #7
              Originally posted by Md Habib View Post
              If anyone star to business of hosting then what should choose him ? and why ? and also
              what is google cloud ?

              Hello Md Habib,

              Linux and Windows are two popular operating systems for servers. Both have their own advantages and disadvantages that make them suitable for different types of hosting. Linux is a free and open-source operating system widely used on servers. It is stable and secure and can be customized to meet the specific needs of a hosting environment.

              Linux is typically used for shared, reseller, VPS, and Dedicated server hosting. Windows is a proprietary operating system from Microsoft. It is less stable than Linux but offers a more user-friendly interface. Windows are typically used for windows-based shared hosting, managed hosting, and VPS hosting. Linux and Windows hosting are two different types of web hosting. Linux uses the Linux operating system, while Windows uses the Windows operating system.

              There are a few key differences between Linux and Windows hosting:
              1. Pricing - Windows hosting is typically more expensive than Linux hosting.
              2. Server architecture - Linux servers are typically built on open-source software, while Windows servers use proprietary Microsoft software.
              3. Ease of use - Windows servers are generally easier to set up and use than Linux servers.
              4. Compatibility - Windows applications are incompatible with Linux, and vice versa.
              5. Support - Microsoft offers support for its Windows servers, while support for Linux servers is typically provided by the server's manufacturer or the open-source community.

              Windows is generally easier to use than Linux, so it may be a better choice for those who are new to web hosting. It's also more compatible with certain types of software, such as ASP.NET. Linux is typically more stable than Windows and can handle more traffic without slowing down. However, it can be more difficult to use for those who are not familiar with command-line interfaces. However, Windows servers can be more expensive than Linux servers.

              Thus, I hope the above information helps you to understand the difference between linux and windows hosting.

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