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    No doubt linux based hosting is best.

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    Linux is an operating system.Linux web hosting is known as shared hosting.Linux is more secure.Linux also has more of the features web designers expect, so unless you have websites which need specific Windows applications, On Linux server, home.html and Home.html are different names.The Files of Linux are case-sesitive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritika gosh View Post
    Linux-based hosting is more popular, it has more of the features web designers expect. So unless you have websites which need specific Windows applications, Linux is the preferred choice.
    In general, Linux hosting refers to shared hosting, the most popular hosting service in the industry. In fact, most of the websites are now hosted using Linux hosting due to its affordable price and flexibility. Linux hosting is compatible with PHP and MySQL, which supports scripts such as WordPress, Zen Cart, and phpBB.
    Last edited by discusshostingadmin; 07-18-2017 at 12:01 AM.

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    Linux also has more of the features web developers anticipate, so unless you have websites which need specific Microsoft windows programs, A linux systemunix is the recommended choice.

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