Who hosts domain name?

A domain host is an Internet service that manages your domain name, such as com. Domain servers use Domain Name System (DNS) records to connect your domain name to email, websites, and other web services. The most popular domain servers include GoDaddy, enom, DreamHost, and 1% 261 IONOS, to name a few. Generally, the host of your domain is the person from whom you purchased your domain name.

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Windows Hosting is a hosting account that uses Windows as a server platform and allows you to use software such as MS FrontPage, ColdFusion and MSSQL. Domain parking simply means that the owner of a domain name has not identified or does not know the IP addresses of the servers that will host their website and wants to reserve the name for later use.