Thin-tech is a main component of any VPS set-up you come across, so of course it’s within my line of work to let you know what you should be looking for. The best Windows VPS service isn’t going to be the same for every single person, you have different needs when they’re compared alongside another person, so that means you’re going to need a different set-up VPS wise. The first thing I tend to look for in a remote desktop Windows VPS service is the price, because if I feel like I’m getting screwed out of some money I’m not going to go through with the transaction. Believe it or not I’m actually quite frugal, and I’ll tell you that most system administrators and people interested in a Windows VPS of their own are going to be relatively frugal as well. Staying on budget should be one of the largest concerns you have, a VPS is a business expense and it needs to be treated as such.
A good thing to start with is to make a list of potential Windows VPS services you want to use for remote desktop connections, then from there you can compare the different prices each individual provider is giving you. For example, if the first provider you’ve been looking at is offering the same specs for their VPS as the second provider (but is charging less money) you’ll know where to go. I love spending money, but I absolutely adore saving it, don’t you? I’ve never met somebody who didn’t like saving money before, and I really mean that.
The next thing you need to keep on a lookout for is the specs themselves, what’s the point on spending your hard-earned cash on a remote desktop Windows VPS service that isn’t even up to your standards? The graphics card and the amount of RAM that you have alongside your VPS is the determining factor when talking about speed, and a speedy Windows VPS is what you’re going to want. If you were given a choice between making your money fast and making your money slow, which one would you pick? I rest my case! I always forget about this factor, but it’s something that you should know about if for sure (even though I don’t really implement it when I’m searching, and I really should!); that factor happens to be the location of the datacenter for your respective VPS. You want to try and keep it as local as possible (pertaining to your target demographic), this will ensure that the loss of data and other odd corruptions are going to be avoided. The host (not the datacenter) should be closer to your location, as if that wasn’t fairly obvious.
Once you’ve been able to figure out your needs and wants for a remote desktop Windows VPS server you’ll be able to customize your search to fulfil your requirements, and if you aren’t happy with the end result than you’ve obviously missed something.