FASTPANEL or cPanel?

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  1. Patrick_Kane

    Patrick_Kane Member

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    Hey guys!

    I used CPanel for months before. The service was OK though I didn't enjoy their pricing. It was unreasonably expensive starting with 15$ per month.

    I decided to move to FASTPANEL after checking some reviews. I found out that FASTPANEL is absolutely free to use but has all the same functions (at least the same functions that I need). Moreover, it's design is quite handy (much better than CPanel's one).

    What panel do you use guys and why?
     
  2. Mano

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    I think cpanel is better. Its well tested and developmwmt is very active.

    Bugs are removed very quickly amd hence its a natural choice.

    Neverthless,free is always welcome. Would love to see a vestacp/cwp replacent.
     
  3. cloudcone

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    cPanel stands out
     
  4. acanact

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    DirectAdmin is another worthy mention.
     
  5. Eureka

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    Is it a new product ?
    I would love to test drive your panel.
     
  6. austenite

    austenite New Member

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    It simply has to be cPanel every time, particularly if you're going to be providing a service to end users. cPanel is user friendly, widely known and issues are quickly resolved.
     
  7. Hostweb.site

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    My choice is Hepsia control panel. Security wise way better than other panels
     
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    If you are offering paid service, its always better to use time tested software than a free alternative.
     
  9. VPSMalaysia

    VPSMalaysia New Member

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    cPanel has been in the market for a long time. Superb support. Ease of navigation. Super user-friendly. We're sticking to cPanel Web Hosting Plans for now.

    If a rival ever comes into scene, it must prove that it is worthy of function, price and support. ;)
     
  10. Exa-Kent

    Exa-Kent New Member

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    I will vote for cPanel, due to they have been in the industry for quite sometime. One of the benefit is when you want to move to another provider, it is easy because there are a lot of providers are using them.
     
  11. Ben_SupportSages

    Ben_SupportSages New Member

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    We use CWP (centos-webpanel) for users who can't afford the current cPanel pricing, it provides almost all the features offered by cPanel. You can find the demo installation on their website.
    The only downfall for this panel is that it doesn't offer the Reseller feature now. It has a FAQ page which will help you sort out any questions and if you've more to ask, then please make use of their forum.
     
  12. TruxgoGuy

    TruxgoGuy New Member

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    Even if (unfortunately) cPanel is expensive now, It's still the best panel out there.
    At any case, Plesk may be a nice alternative, don't know much about Fastpanel to be honest.
     

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