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What is RAM (Memory)? What is it used for?

RAM, or Random Access Memory, is a core component of computer systems that is used to store currently-running applications and other data not yet committed to the disk. It is fair to say that the amount of system RAM directly affects system performance. With more RAM, a VPS has more ability to perform without restrictions and […]

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The identity of the remote computer cannot be verified. Do you want to connect anyway?

You may receive a warning like the following when connecting to your Windows VPS. The error will be similar in Mac OS X, as well:It’s OK to connect. You can click “Yes” and continue to connect to the remote desktop.Note: Your VPS “cannot be verified” because the security certificate used by the VPS is self-generated […]

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New Windows VPS Builds Available (Server 2012 R2 and 2008 R2)

Today we have updated our default Windows 2012 VPS and Windows 2008 VPS builds to include the latest Windows Server software. The new builds will be the default used for new VPS installations, and can also be accessed from the VPS Panel when Reinstall is selected. In addition to the latest Windows Server updates from Microsoft, […]

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