...at KnownHost anyway. I decided to stick with cPanel, at least for now. Until I have the time to invest in checking out DirectAdmin. I didn't want to make any drastic changes until I'm sure everything will go smoothly.
I wouldn't exactly call the pole representative of what we've seen.Only 5 Votes all for sticking with cPanel.
Is no one willing to admit switching to DA?
Most people are doing it on principle. cPanel is price gouging and we're absorbing a lot of it to keep things reasonable for customers....that doesn't mean we're happy with cPanel or what they did, and our official recommendation for a panel is now DirectAdmin.It was total chump change for the license increase. People moving for that are out of their minds!
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