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Windows is an operating system like Linux and people use it because it is loaded with tons of features, a user friendly GUI and it is even possible to run it on 256MB of RAM, although it is recommended to use at least 512MB to 1GB of RAM.

Finding a great and well-established Cheap Windows VPS company is not so hard but takes a lot of time. Many hosting companies are not even registered, which poses a high risk that the company itself may close doors at any time.

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1.Only look for registered hosting companies:
You can take legal action against these but if the company you are dealing with is unregistered, you will find it difficult to acquire their office address, let alone sue them.

2. VPS Uptime
Your business is important and you can be frustrated with Windows VPS, which is frequently down or unstable, so it will be good to introduce yourself to their SLA agreement.

3. Robust customer support
For the usual customers, a 6 to 12 hours response time is normal, however, for hosting companies, even 5 minutes are problematic, so better check it before purchasing the service.

4. Guaranteed Bandwidth
Sellers of hosting services over-commit bandwidth and sell you bandwidth of up to 10TB at a price of between $10 to $20 per month, which is not possible without overselling.

5. The control panel of your Windows VPS
You should look for a VPS with control panel, which allows you to reboot, shutdown and re-install an OS in emergency.

There are more ways to check it like using the phone support or just look for a well-established company. New technology upgrades are being introduced on almost a daily basis so it is advisable to determine what technology they are using and how they are capable of delivering it to you. Examine how they handle complains and inform yourself on the history of the company.