Shared hosting and VPS hosting are two popular types of web hosting services. The main difference between shared hosting and VPS is that shared hosting provides a package that already configured and ready to use, limiting your customization options, whereas VPS allows you to configure it however you want.
In shared hosting, multiple websites share the same server resources, such as CPU, disk space, and memory. This makes it a more affordable option but can lead to slower website performance if other websites on the same server are using too many resources.
On the other hand, VPS hosting provides each user with their own dedicated virtual partition, ensuring that resources are always available to them. This makes it a more expensive option but provides better performance and more control over your server environment.