My first Windows VPS purchase was with Hostwinds, because it was recommended by the ScrapeBox team.
It costs me around $40/mo for a dual core processor, four gigs of RAM, and then a bunch of other basics.

This Hosting Provider was recommended by SB, as somehow being ScrapeBox ready, but I dunno that I’m convinced it is a great deal, or not.
I thought that was alright, at first, but once I was exposed to another scenario that demanded a Windows VPS Server, I realized that the prices range somewhat significantly.

I was introduced to a very different form of Windows VPS when I started using Money Robot.
Their setup was designed to supposedly be much lighter weight, and the hardware was essentially the same, but for almost half the price.

Not too long after that, I was having a conversation with some friends of mine, who were trying to get into Facebook Autoposting for Powur, which is a Solar Panel Installation MLM that is exploding, right now.
They had been making a shocking amount of cash, just by posting manually to Facebook Groups, and I turned them onto the idea of using Autoposters to essentially do the same thing on Autopilot.

The problem was that their first attempts, with free automation tools, ended them up in Facebook Jail, and getting a bunch of secondary accounts banned, assumably from Facebook detecting the footprint of their IPs.
I had previously compiled a list of seemingly viable Facebook Autoposting programs, and like I said before, they tried a couple on the list, with little to no success.

At that point, it made a lot of sense to look at the robust options, which included proxy support.
There was one Facebook Bot, in particular, which seemed to have the right features.

At that point, I decided that another Windows VPS was necessary for this new program to work unhindered, but this time, I was definitely looking to find a cheap, yet powerful, option.
So, I spent at least a few hours scouring the web for as many Windows VPS Hosting Providers as I could possibly find, and by the time I had finished, and stumbled across some very poor Top 10 VPS Hosting Lists others had authored, I realized that I had some valuable research on my hands.


My Top Windows SSD VPS Hosting Options

  1. Indexing Beast

    LOCATION: Los Angeles, USA
    OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 2012
    CPU: 4 Cores @ ???GHz Per Core
    RAM: 4gb (Assuming DDR3)
    STORAGE: 30gb SSD
    PORT SPEED: Full 1gbps
    BANDWIDTH: Unlimited
    PRICE: $35/mo

  2. Cheap SEO VPS

    LOCATION: France and Canada
    OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 2008 and Windows 2012 R2
    CPU:
    4 Cores @ 2.2GHz Per Core
    RAM: 4gb (Assuming DDR3)
    STORAGE: 80gb SSD
    PORT SPEED: Guaranteed 100mbps, up to 1gbps
    BANDWIDTH: Unlimited
    PRICE: $25/mo

  3. Cheap Windows VPS

    LOCATION: Multiple USA Options
    OPERATING SYSTEM:
    Windows 7, 10, Server 2003, 2008, 2012, and 2016
    CPU: 2 Cores @ 2.0GHz Per Core
    RAM: 4gb (Assuming DDR3)
    STORAGE: 80gb SSD
    PORT SPEED: Burstable 1gbps
    BANDWIDTH: Unmetered (Unknown Rate)
    PRICE:
    $20/mo

  4. Colossus Cloud

    LOCATION: Multiple USA Options
    OPERATING SYSTEM:
    Windows 2003, 2008, 2012, 2016
    CPU: 2gb @ ???GHz Per Core
    RAM: 4gb (Assuming DDR3)
    STORAGE: 80gb SSD
    PORT SPEED: ???
    BANDWIDTH: 4tb
    PRICE:
    $20/mo

  5. Router Hosting (Same Company as OVH and Kimsufi)

    LOCATION: France, Canada, and Los Angeles in the USA for +$5/mo, but Half as much Bandwidth
    OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows XP, 7, 8, 10, Server 2003, 2008, 2012, and 2016
    CPU: 2 Cores @ ???GHz Per Core
    RAM: 4gb (Verified DDR3)
    STORAGE: 50gb SSD
    PORT SPEED: 1gbps
    BANDWIDTH: 8tb
    PRICE: $20/mo

  6. IoZoom

    LOCATION: Multiple USA Options
    OPERATING SYSTEM:
    Windows Server 2008, 2012, 2016
    CPU: 2 Cores @ ???GHz Per Core
    RAM: 4gb (Verified DDR4)
    STORAGE: 60gb SSD
    PORT SPEED: 1gbps
    BANDWIDTH: 4tb
    PRICE:
    $20/mo

  7. Vultr

    LOCATION: Multiple USA Options
    OPERATING SYSTEM:
    Windows Server 2012 and 2016
    CPU: 2 Cores @ ???GHz Per Core
    RAM: 4gb (Assuming DDR3)
    STORAGE: 60gb SSD
    PORT SPEED: 1gbps
    BANDWIDTH: 3tb
    PRICE:
    $20/mo

  8. iHostVPS

    LOCATION: Canada, United Kingdom, France, and Multiple USA Locations
    OPERATING SYSTEM:
    Windows 7, 8, Server 2003, 2008, and 2012 (180-Days on this Last License)
    CPU: 8 Cores @ 2.66GHz Per Core
    RAM: 6gb (Assuming DDR3)
    STORAGE: 80gb SSD
    PORT SPEED: Burstable 1gbps
    BANDWIDTH: Unmetered (Unknown Rate)
    PRICE:
    $25/mo


I tried to order these from greatest to least, but there are definitely some pros and cons to consider.
Mostly, the trend seems to be total hardware power versus bandwidth.

It obviously depends on what you are looking to use things for, but for most automation purposes, I would think that the total power of the hardware would be the most relevant factor, since data center quality bandwidth is usually pretty strong, even at the low end.
Again, however, it all depends on what you are using it for, and if you are able to measure your monthly bandwidth expenditure.

Windows VPS only matters if you have a piece of software that requires that particular OS.
Otherwise, if you are running things from a browser, you could definitely go with a Linux based OS, since they are a lot cheaper.

I am really surprised that more people in the Marketing Community don’t talk about Windows VPS uses more frequently, however, or make more VPS special applications for the independent market.
When you start using tools that are designed to take advantage of as much of the total power of your computer as possible, it really puts things on a whole other level, and allows you to start seeing what computers are really supposed to be used for. (HINT: It’s not gaming) 😉

On top of that, you can access these Windows VPS machines via a Remote Desktop Connection, which basically acts like a folder on your desktop’s taskbar.
These VPS instances are always running, always working for you, incredibly powerful.

Anyways, I am always open to better suggestions, so if you know of anything better, by all means, comment below, or contact me, and I will append this list, per your recommendations.
Check out the videos on this page if you want to hear more commentary on each of the individual companies I have found so far.