What is the difference between Linux and Windows web hosting?

Linux and Windows are two different operating systems that run on our servers on which you can rent web space. Unlike with Windows, with Linux, you do not have to pay for licences. Over 60% of the websites in the whole world run on Linux servers. Your computer has nothing to do with it. You can perfectly visit a website that we host on a Linux server with your Windows computer.
Ask your webmaster which configuration you need. Are you still hesitating? No problem: you can switch from Linux to Windows hosting at any time. Do not hesitate to call us for more information on our toll-free number +995.555.750760 or send an e-mail to our sales team.

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