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How To Choose The Web Server For You
By: Robert Michael
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    Another type of server is Virtual Hosting. This is more popular than the Virtual Private Server, as it only costs 20-50 dollars a month and requires no technical skills. It's a single server shared among numerous users, making it controlled by an administrator rather than you. It's simple and inexpensive, but whenever you want to update your settings, you have to contact the administrator. If the administrator doesn't listen, you can't do anything about it. However, this isn't usually a problem. With Virtual Hosting, you can only have one website per account; therefore, if you want more than one website, you must have more than one account. However, if you only want a couple of websites and you lack computer experience, Virtual Hosting is a safe, economical choice.

    There is also web server software to consider. Some web servers don't give you an option, but if you do have options, you must know which software is best for your business.

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