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    Windows/Linux Discussion

    I'm curious as to what kind of pros and cons exist when it comes to hosting a server on windows or linux. Outside of the normal user preference, any major differences between the two when it comes to running a teamspeak server?

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    Use a non desktop linux version.
    I think this is the most performant solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Lenga View Post
    I'm curious as to what kind of pros and cons exist when it comes to hosting a server on windows or linux. Outside of the normal user preference, any major differences between the two when it comes to running a teamspeak server?
    Not really. TS is largely a network a CPU bound application.
    You could say that network stack in some OS is better than in other, but differences in CPU handling are largely negligible performance-vise.

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