Hosting, with maximum generality is a network service used to allocate the pages of a web site to a server, so that they are accessible globally by users, applications and search engines. There are two complementary aspects in the various types of hosting that should be never confused or superimposed: on one hand the same definition of web, combined with the most innovative acquired technologies in the field, doesn’t show any difference in the display and the use of the site from the client’s point of view, if the hosting is supported by a Windows or Linux operative system.

From the server’s point of view, or if you prefer, the webmaster who sets everything, things can change radically: it depends on the type of use we expect to make from the website.

Firstly we can say that:

There is also a further aspect related to the safety of the two systems: although it is a widespread cliché thinking that Linux is more secure than Windows (depending on the system administrators), it’s a fact that the first one allows to manage security in a more quality mode. Just think of the file permissions, for example, that can be configured with the appropriate command CHMOD (which allows you to determine whether a file can be executed, reading or writing) that is absent in Windows (which supports only reading and/or writing and makes the files executable by extension). Choosing a Linux or a Windows hosting is exclusively linked to your specific needs, which makes it a consequence of your need:

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