What Control Panel Software Do You Use?

Check out this list of the web hosting plans and the most suitable control panels available for installation with them.

Type of HostingHosting PlatformControl Panel
Shared Hosting SSD Hosting cPanel
Cloud Hosting
WordPress Hosting
Windows Shared Hosting SSD Windows 2016 Plesk Panel
SSD Windows 2012/2008 Solid CP
Cloud Hosting Solid CP
Reseller Windows Shared Solid CP
Linux Shared cPanel
Windows VPS Hosting
Classic VPS hosting Solid CP
Plesk Panel
VPS SSD Solid CP
Plesk Panel
VPS Cloud Solid CP
Plesk Panel
VPS Reseller Solid CP
Forex Trading VPS Not Applicable
Linux VPS Hosting
Classic VPS Hosting cPanel
Plesk
Free Control panels
VPS SSD cPanel
Plesk
VPS Cloud cPanel
Plesk
Dedicated Server
Windows OS Soiid CP
Plesk Panel
Linux OS cPanel
Plesk Panel
DirectAdmin

You can find control panel pricing details here.

Note:
We can install ISPConfig, Ajenti, ZPanel, Virtualmin or Webmin free hosting control panels in Linux Classic VPS hosting. These are self-managed control panels. AccuWeb Hosting only offers installation of these control panels. Configuration, management, and troubleshooting of these free control panels will be the responsibility of the clients. Read more about these free control panels and FAQs.

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