The difference between the two hosting types is the type of server on which your website is stored. With shared hosting, your website lives alongside others, which are neighboring users utilizing the same server. With dedicated hosting plans, your website has a server all to itself
A dedicated server allows a client the flexibility of customizing the server to the client's unique needs for CPU, RAM, disk space, and software. With shared hosting, a customer is limited to the applications, software, and operating environment already loaded on the server.
It is a single server that hosts multiple websites. A shared hosting solution is 'low cost' but very unreliable because of low availability (uptime). Moreover, if one website gets a lot of traffic, other websites on the server suffer due to the excessive and highly unfair allocation of server resources.
A server is a software or hardware device that recognizes requests made over a network and responds to those requests. The computer which makes the request and receives a reply from a server is called a client. The term "server" on the web usually refers to the computer device that receives an application for a web document and sends the requested information to the client.
A home server can be used to provide remote access into the home from devices on the Internet, using remote desktop software and other remote administration software.
A server is a computer connected to a network of other workstations called 'clients'. Client computers request information from the server over the network. Servers tend to have more storage, memory, and processing power than a normal workstation.
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