Web hosting company WindowsVPS.Host offers shared hosting, VPS, dedicated servers, and the related services you’ll need if you want to run a website, set up a game server, or create a hosting company. This host has data centers in the U.S.A. and Germany, where it deploys only enterprise-grade hardware. Its website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
WindowsVPS.Host offers four shared hosting plans, 20 VPS plans (of various kinds), and five dedicated servers. The shared hosting plans are advertised as featuring:
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- One to unlimited hosted domains
- cPanel control panel
- Unlimited SSD disk space
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Unlimited databases
- Unlimited email accounts
- Support for PHP 5.2.x to 7.0, Python, and Perl
- Anti-spam and virus protection
- Secure FTP access
- Free daily backups
Other added-value features include a one-click WordPress installer, a free Let’s Encrypt SSL, and a free domain when to commit to an annual plan. The SSD storage is much faster and more reliable than traditional HDD storage.
The VPS plans use SSD and HHD storage in RAID configuration for performance and reliability (including protection against potential disk data disasters). Top-quality bandwidth ensures fast page loading speeds, and you get complete control of your server (including the ability to reboot and reinstall the operating system).
Pricing and Support
WindowsVPS.Host’s shared hosting plans are cheap. Theoretically, you can pay for them in U.S. dollars via PayPal or Bitcoins on monthly or annual billing cycles. I say “theoretically” because every one of the shared hosting plans was “out for stock” when I tried to purchase.
The VPS plans do appear to be purchasable, and these (along with the unavailable shared hosting plans) come with a 48-hour money-back guarantee, which is a very short refund window for shared hosting. You also get no refunds if a discount code has been used.
You can try contacting this company via live chat or support tickets. However, the live chat wasn’t available when I wanted to try it, and my test support ticket went unanswered. If you have to resort to self-support, you’ll be disappointed to find that the knowledge base contains only five entries: