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What are the different hosting platforms?

One of the biggest misconception is that you have to run UNIX on your computer in order for you to host your site on the Linux platform. This statement is not true. Which operating system you run on your computer is irrelevant in making your decision.

This means that if you are running Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows® 2000 or using an Apple Macintosh, you can still choose Linux as your hosting platform.

The general consensus is that Linux is more reliable and our experience also shows this. We have had servers up for over one year without any downtime.

Microsoft's Windows 2003 is much more stable and reliable than previous versions, but there are still cases where a server will require a reboot to resolve an issue.

This is where these two platforms differ the most. There isn't much that can be achieved using one platform that can't be done on the other one.

The main differences are the underlying technologies. For example, if you need a database driven web site, you can choose either PHP/MySQL combination under Linux or ASP/MS SQL combination under Windows®2003.

Out of the box, neither Linux nor Windows is very secure for Internet use. We've made numerous modifications, removed unnecessary components and updated software to ensure that both platforms are secure. With our servers either platform is secure for Internet use.