Namecheap Web Hosting Review
Namecheap was founded all the way back in 2000 by Richard Kirkendall. Over the past 18 years, they’ve reportedly racked up three million customers. Domain names are the name of Namecheap’s game (sorry, couldn’t resist), with over seven million under their control.
Shared Hosting Features
Server infrastructure: Server infrastructure Namecheap makes use of high-end hardware, such as servers equipped that are equipped with Intel Xeon processors, RAID-10 SSD storage, and at minimum 64GB of RAM.
Operating system: Namecheap servers are run by CloudLinux the Linux distribution that offers increased security, stability and performance.
Control panel :Namecheap utilizes cPanel for its control panel. It is a popular and easy-to-use interface to manage your account on hosting.
Support for technical issues: Namecheap gives 24/7 technical support through live chat and email. They also provide tutorials and knowledge bases to help customers resolve any issues they may face.
Pros & Cons of Using Namecheap Hosting
They started out pretty well. Existing customers seem to like them, and the fact that their cheapest plan compares favorably to most other company’s upper-tier ones looked promising. Despite that, the fact that your renewal rates will rise over 200% is tough to stomach. Especially, when you consider the poor uptime and borderline lazy customer support.