How much disk space will remain free once my VPS is set up?

The disk space usage depends upon the selection of OS and configurations you have selected at the time of placing the order.

Windows 2008 OS

  • If you have not selected any additional software (like- WebsitePanel, MSSQL, SmarterMail) then your disk space usage will be: *14-18 GB
  • If you have selected the additional software (like- WebsitePanel, MSSQL, SmarterMail) then your disk space usage will be: *24-26 GB


Windows 2012 OS

  • If you have not selected any additional software (like- WebsitePanel, MSSQL, SmarterMail) then your disk space usage will be: *16-20 GB
  • If you have selected the additional software (like- WebsitePanel, MSSQL, SmarterMail) then your disk space usage will be: *25-27 GB


Windows 2016 OS

  • If you have not selected any additional software (like- WebsitePanel, MSSQL, SmarterMail) then your disk space usage will be: *25-27 GB
  • If you have selected the additional software (like- WebsitePanel, MSSQL, SmarterMail) then your disk space usage will be: *40-42 GB



*There may be a slight variation in the mentioned usage depends upon the future Windows updates installation.


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