How do I verify my Windows VPS resources from Remote Desktop?

Once you receive Welcome Email OR VPS Login details, the first thing you should do is verify the VPS resources.

Follow the below-mentioned steps to verify VPS resources through Remote Desktop.

  1. Log into your VPS. Right-click on Task Bar and select the Start Task Manager option. Here, you can verify the Virtual CPU and RAM allocated to your VPS under the Performance tab.

    Open Task Manager and Check RAM and vCPU Usage

  2. Go to Start → Click on Computer/This PC. Here, you can verify the allocated Disk space.

    View Disk Usage from Computer Properties

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