Our most popular OpenStack Windows KVM Cloud Plans including Windows License fees

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vCores
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RAM
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DISK SPACE
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BANDWIDTH
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PRICE

Some great features and benefits of a Windows VPS Server from First2Host

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Firewall

IP based Firewalls for Haswell servers or Software Firewalls

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KVM VPS

KVM virtualization offers Windows desktop and server versions

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OpenStack Cloud

High availability from our OpenStack Cloud with guaranteed resources

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Anti Hack

We monitor all services. If your server is compromised we will know

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Support Center

Typically we respond to support tickets within 15 minutes

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Useful Control Panels

We've designed our control panels with the customer in mind

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Multiple OS Versions

Windows 8, Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 r2 and more to use

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SSD Servers

Choose a 6GBPS SSD drive for blazing fast response times

All of our Windows KVM Servers come with these features as standard

KVM Windows VPS Servers and OpenStack Cloud VPS Servers

Starting At
£19.95/m
KVM Sata
  • BUILD YOUR OWN SERVER
  • 1x 2.9 Ghz E5-2630v3 vCore
  • 25 GB Space
  • 2 GB Ram
  • 5 TB Bandwidth
  • 100 MBPS Connection
  • Five Windows Versions
  • Instant Setup
  • Desktop .ISOs
Includes License
£64.94/m
OpenStack Cloud
  • GUARANTEED RESOURCES
  • 4 vCores
  • 100 GB Space
  • 8 GB Ram
  • 20 TB Bandwidth.
  • 100 MBPS Connection
  • Windows Server 2012 R2
  • 14 IP Locations
  • Control Panel

Windows 10 Desktops on KVM Sata Servers

Experience the internet like never before with a 100MBPS connection. Download 4GB files in seconds with our Windows KVM Sata vps servers. Connect using RDP from your Windows machine or from your mobile device whilst on the go. Access your Windows desktop from anywhere in the world and always have your documents at hand. Setup cloud printing to print your documents at home with ease. Starting at £19.95 for a single vCore you can add more resources on the order page as you require

Build & Configure
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Questions about our Windows KVM Servers or our Windows OpenStack Cloud?