In the general sense, operating system (OS) is a comprehensive software establishing the connection and operation between hardware of a computer and users. Apart from service-delivery to users and utilization of hardware resources, OS is able to host applications. Applications are installed on the operating system gaining access to hardware and providing services to users. Today, there are different operating systems selected by users based on their own needs and preferences. As Microsoft operating systems, Windows, basic UNIX/Linux operating systems such as Ubuntu, Debian, and Sentos are the most popular examples of current operating systems in the world.
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After choosing a server according to the performance of services, you can now choose a powerful operating system. Relying on the high-level hardware in our servers and in line with client satisfaction, we can provide and install for you all Linux family operating systems, including CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, etc. Windows Server family and powerful hypervisors such as Vmware ESXi and Hyper-V. All you need to do is order your favorite operating system.
Provide full root and administrator access for all operating systems
multiple OS Support
Select a required operating system together with installation and initial settings for free
Installation and pre-delivery testing to ensure hardware compatibility
Provision of valid licenses upon request of users for commercial operating systems
Microsoft developed, marketed and sold Windows in 1985. This operating system, which over time turned into a large family of operating systems, comes with several editions and versions called Windows Server, Windows Client, Windows Mobile and so on. This full-graphical operating system experienced dramatic developments during its release years, offering a new generation to its fans nearly every four years. Today, many people use Windows operating system on dedicated VPS, benefiting from multiple features such as web server, installation of server software, panels and so on.Read More
Debian is a Unix-like, open-source operating system developed and provided under GNU. This operating system was originally introduced by Ian Murdock in 1993. The first version was released to the public in 1996. Today, Debian has evolved to become an operating system used on personal computers and web-based servers for seamless services. As one of the most deep-rooted Unix-like operating systems today, Debian is not frequently used over the Internet, offering services such as web server, DNS server and so on. Debian is one of the few operating systems that supports all hardware architectures, offering different versions installable on any device.Read More
Centos is an extremely powerful Linux operating system, whose first edition attracted a huge population of fans as soon as it was released. This RHEL-derived operating system uses RHEL basic codes, available to users as open source. Derived from RHEL 2.0, Centos introduced the first version (2.0) in 2004. Later on, it joined RHEL following a significant development. Under the supervision of Linux Foundation, REHL developed and offered this operating system in 2014. Owing to its smoothness and, at the same time, versatility, this operating system is today run on most web and enterprise servers as the main operating system. This operating system currently supports X86-64 architecture. The new version has added Alt-arch to the list of supported architectures.Read More
Ubuntu is a Linux-based operating system released by Canonical in 2004. Using the Debian development as the base, this operating system was offered only to personal in it early releases. Subsequently, the enterprise releases were offered for network and enterprise servers. Ubuntu is available for free and open source. Users only need to pay a fee to receive online support if needed. Ubuntu today supports a variety of hardware architectures thanks to its Debian base. In addition to various computer architectures, Ubuntu can run on smartphones and other devices. Nowadays, Internet users run the server edition of Ubuntu on VPS, launching a variety of web servers, DNS servers, VPNs and other services.Read More
Based on a Unix development research, FreeBSD is a general-purpose operating system released by the University of Berkeley in 1993. Owing to its open-source accessibility and support for most hardware architectures, this pseudo-Unix OS offers all resources to the user who can make modifications and release again. Today, FreeBSD is used for different purposes by large corporations such as Sony, Yahoo, Apple and IBM. Today, FreeBSD serves numerous VPS users who are involved in OS research and development or providing a particular service on the Internet.Read More