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Running a website on a server

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21 hours ago, Homeless Pineapple said:

I wouldn't suggest hosting any remote-accessible website on your computer. Instead, you may want to look on LowEndBox for a budget VPS, reseller, or shared hosting package. With the assumption that your website would not require a large number of resources to operate, you can pick up a $1-$8/year shared hosting plan from Hosting73 here.

His question is if he can let a server do the web browsing for him to free up RAM. Not host a website.

 

21 hours ago, keananpillay said:

I’m just wondering if it’s possible for me to offload some of my browsing data to a server. I don’t have that much ram in my pc and I have a lot of tabs open. All of them in use. Is there any way for me to run the websites through a server so that I can free up ram on my computer or is that just never gonna be possible? 

And yes you can actually do this. But it'll require some server knowledge and programming skills. Althought you'll most likely use just as much RAM as you are now. However you can open alot more tabs if you want.

I’m just wondering if it’s possible for me to offload some of my browsing data to a server. I don’t have that much ram in my pc and I have a lot of tabs open. All of them in use. Is there any way for me to run the websites through a server so that I can free up ram on my computer or is that just never gonna be possible? 

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I wouldn't suggest hosting any remote-accessible website on your computer. Instead, you may want to look on LowEndBox for a budget VPS, reseller, or shared hosting package. With the assumption that your website would not require a large number of resources to operate, you can pick up a $1-$8/year shared hosting plan from Hosting73 here.

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21 hours ago, Homeless Pineapple said:

I wouldn't suggest hosting any remote-accessible website on your computer. Instead, you may want to look on LowEndBox for a budget VPS, reseller, or shared hosting package. With the assumption that your website would not require a large number of resources to operate, you can pick up a $1-$8/year shared hosting plan from Hosting73 here.

His question is if he can let a server do the web browsing for him to free up RAM. Not host a website.

 

21 hours ago, keananpillay said:

I’m just wondering if it’s possible for me to offload some of my browsing data to a server. I don’t have that much ram in my pc and I have a lot of tabs open. All of them in use. Is there any way for me to run the websites through a server so that I can free up ram on my computer or is that just never gonna be possible? 

And yes you can actually do this. But it'll require some server knowledge and programming skills. Althought you'll most likely use just as much RAM as you are now. However you can open alot more tabs if you want.

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