Virtual Private Server (VPS) gives many website owners a great opportunity to take control of the services and management of their server. Although with VPS you still share a server with other websites, it is partitioned such that the activities of other sites on your server do not influence your website. You can also run your preferred software on your server and control the setting independent of other users. This will eventually make your website load faster, safer, and more secure. Basically, you enjoy all the benefits of a dedicated server, while you are paying for a shared server.

To partition the server, a virtualization layer is built on the physical server. This layer is created by a software called a hypervisor. With the hypervisor, the virtualization layer can replicate the CPU, RAM, and other resources from the physical server and make them available in virtual form to separate users. Hence the physical server is turned into a virtual server called virtual machines. Several virtual machines can be created from the physical server, each one having his share of the resources and completely isolated from others. Each one can also run its separate operating system as well as other software.

VPS uses different technology to virtualize the server. The common ones are OpenVZ, Citrix Xen, and KVM. All of these use hypervisor to connect with the host server. However with OpenVZ once the virtual server is created, you can only run Linux operating software. Citrix Xen and KVM allow both Linux and Windows OS. So, if you are considering a Windows VPS, Open Virtuozzo is certainly not part of your options.

Left with two options, Citrix Xen and KVM, you should always go for KVM as it enhances more privatization, gives you more control over the kernel setting, and gives you a better chance to manage your resources. KVM can be run on any operating software and is currently the best technology for virtualizing VPS. Kernel-Based Virtual Machine (KVM) also enables instant setting up of server. If you use this technology, within a few minutes, your server may be ready.

Features of KVM VPS

Kernel-based Virtual Machine runs at the root of the hardware therefore enables you to run any operating system on it irrespective of the OS of the host server. It thereby supports both Linux and Windows OS. It also supports all other OS. To run KVM your hardware processor must have a virtualization extension. The hypervisor is built in the OS kernel and gives it access to the host server’s CPU. It also has access to the operations and management of the server. Having got the access, each KVM unit operates separately from other units on the server, making it possible to virtually partition the server to different units.

Given the same resources, KVM gives better performance in terms of speed, reliability, and safety when you compare it with other virtualization technology. Upgrading and updating of your server can also be done quicker with KVM VPS than other types of VPS. At any time, you can add more resources and devices conveniently. Therefore you can easily increase your RAM, OR cores without your website experiencing a long downtime. Your disk I/O can also be easily adjusted yet there will be no downtime. And you can migrate from one server to another within a very short time and with no significant disruption to the performance of your website

Although KVM supports all Operating System software, it is built on Linux kernel, therefore, it enables you to run any software that is compatible with Linux. It comes with SELinux and sVirt both of which provide strong security for the virtual server, hence making KVM VPS highly secured.

If you have your tool and will prefer to provision your platform, then KVM offers the best advantage here. With its API, you can configure and provision the virtual machine remotely.

How to Setup a KVM VPS

If you have been using a shared server all his while and now you want to change to VPS you are making a good decision. However, you are about to do something you are not used to. With a shared server, there is a limited way you can alter the setting because other websites are also using the same server. Therefore, your server provider will be responsible for the installation of software and setting up the server. But with VPS, you have all the virtual server to yourself and your provider will likely leave you to do it in your way. So, how do you set up a KVM VPS?

  • STEP1: Log in to Your Account

To set up a VPS you must log in to your VPS account through Secure Shell Access (SSH). If you don’t have SSH, installing an SSH client will be the first thing. Through SSH, you will provide your password and log in to your account.

  • STEP 2: Create A User Account

When you first log in, you log into a root account, but it is advisable to create a superuser account for running your server. However, you must ensure that your server is up to date before you create the account. If not, first update your server and reboot before proceeding. After adding a new user account, you must also choose a password for it or enable a Public Key Authentication.

  • STEP 3: Enable Public Key Authentication

Public Key authentication makes your server more secure. It uses a combination of public and private keys to protect your server. The keys are generated randomly and are stored in a folder you created on the server.

Once all these are done, your VPS is set up, then you can go ahead and install your preferred operating stem and other software.

KVM Window VPS Setup

KVM is built with Linux but interacts with the hardware to allocate separate resources to different users. Once you have your allocation, you can install any Operating programs of your choice. Hence, despite being built on Linux, you can install Windows OS.

After you have set up your KVM VPS installing windows software on it takes a few simple steps.

  • STEP 1: Upload ISO

Clicking on “Create VPS” will give you options to choose the version of windows you want to upload. After choosing the right windows, then click on “Upload New OS Image.” Then choose your windows ISO from the drop-down menu. Then click on “Upload ISO.” Uploading may take some time, but not too long if your system uploading is fast. So wait until it says ISO is ready to launch.

  • STEP 2: Install Windows

Follow the pop up to install your Windows ISO. You will be required to pick your language and other selected specifications. Then choose the Windows operating system you want to run. You will also be required to choose between upgrading and fresh installation. If you are installing for the first time, you are to select “Install Windows Only”. Then you will choose the drive you preferred Windows to be installed. Then click on “Install and wait for the installation.”

  • STEP 3: Choose Your Password

Here you are to choose a username, as well as a password. As usual, you will be required to re-enter your password for confirmation. For security's sake, your password should be strong, with a combination of small letters, capital letters, numbers, and special characters. Typically, the username comes automatically as Administrator.

  • STEP 4: Log in

With the password that you just created, log in to your admin dashboard.

  • STEP 5: Customize Your Setting

Now you can configure and manage your server. From the dashboard, you can create a server group, add other servers, add more features, and connect your server to the cloud.

KVM VPS With Most Important Functions

However, before you purchase a KVM PVN, there are important features you should look out for. These features include:

  • The number of CPU
  • Ram Capacity
  • Number of Drives
  • Operating System
  • Security Features

KVM VPS can come with a single Central Processing Unit core or multiple cores. Of course, the more the number of processor core the better. As much as a single core can get the job done, it is advisable to go for a KVM VPS with at least 3 cores. Your server memory is also important. The minimum memory to go for should be 1 GB, but a memory of as much as 8GB will be better. A disc size of 100GB is recommended, although anything from 25 GB to 200 GB is ideal. The transfer speed of a good KVM VPS

should range from 1tetrabyte to 6 terabytes. Either Linux or Windows operating system s fine, although this article focuses only on Windows KVM VPS.

Being the best among the existing technology for virtualizing VPS it is expected to be the most expensive. However, you can get KVM VPS that will not break your bank account.


All the factors listed above will play significant roles in the price of a KVM VPS. Although a KVM PVS with all the best quality might be expensive, and you might have a low budget, don’t sacrifice quality for a low cost. You may get both. We offer cheap KVM VPS with great features.

Before thinking about the price it is it is always good to first list what you want, as you will always be able to afford our plans. How many cores of processor do you desire? What is the memory capacity, disc size, and transfer speed that you want? Do you want a Linux OS or a Windows OS?

Below is a table of our common plans for VPS hosting. Not that all the plans come with a 7-day free trial.


Standard Price

CPU Optimized Price

Memory Optimized Price/ Additional Memory

1 GB

1 GB Memory/ 1 Core 25 GB Disk/ 1 TB Transfer




(Plus extra 1 GB Memory)

2 GB

2 GB Memory/ 2 Cores 50 GB Disk/ 2 TB Transfer




(Plus extra 2 GB Memory)

3 GB

3 GB Memory/ 2 Cores 75 GB Disk/ 3 TB Transfer




(Plus extra 3 GB Memory)

4 GB

4 GB Memory/ 3 Cores 100 GB Disk/ 4 TB Transfer




(Plus extra 4 GB Memory)

6 GB

6 GB Memory/ 4 Cores 150 GB Disk/ 5 TB Transfer




(Plus extra 6 GB Memory)

8 GB

8 GB Memory/ 6 Cores 200 GB Disk/ 6 TB Transfer




(Plus extra 8 GB Memory)

16 GB

16 GB Memory/ 8 Cores 400 GB Disk/ 7 TB Transfer




(Plus extra 16 GB Memory)

24 GB

24 GB Memory/ 10 Cores 600 GB Disk/ 8 TB Transfer




(Plus extra 24 GB Memory)

32 GB

32 GB Memory/ 12 Cores 800 GB Disk/ 9 TB Transfer




(Plus extra 32 GB Memory)

64 GB

64 GB Memory/ 20 Cores 1600 GB Disk/ 10 TB Transfer




(Plus extra 64 GB Memory)


Virtual Private Server enables website owners to have more control over their server’s management. Instead of sharing resources, the virtualization software can create virtual servers from the physical server and partition it such that each server is independent of others. To do this, hypervisors are required. Hypervisors are created using different technologies, but the most efficient is the Kernel-based Virtual Machine.

KVM is built on a Linux server but it allows you to run any operating system on it. Hence, can be used for Windows VPS. KVM gives better performance than other virtualization technologies. It is faster, more reliable, and safer. It is easy to upgrade and also allows both offline and online migration with little downtime. Because of this, t is more expensive than other virtualization. However, we offer cheap Windows KVM VPS. You can also enjoy 7 days free trial. You can start your free trial now.


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