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This guide will introduce you to cPanel and help you find your way around.
It's important to keep this information updated, as the server uses it to notify you about completed backups and any errors cPanel might find. In the preferences section of cPanel, you can change the account's password, the language used, or the overall style of your cPanel.
This column shows you how many e-mail accounts you have, your Home Directory, and much more. If you look at the bottom of the stats column, you'll see your PHP version, Perl version, and MySQL version.
Click the "Server Information" link, typically above the statistics column, to see more details about what's going on with the server, such as load, running services, and how much RAM is being used in the system. Some additional information can be found in the Server Information area, such as the following details:
These are just a few of the many available tools, but you should find that cPanel is a very intuitive and user-friendly platform, and we are always happy to help you learn how to use this powerful web hosting tool.
If you can't find what you need in our Knowledge Base, look at the very bottom of your cPanel home page. You should see a link called "Documentation", or a cPanel icon, that will address any cPanel specific questions in detail at their homepage.
Additionally, if you would like assistance getting something set up or have any questions, our Support team is available 24 / 7 through our Ticket System and LiveChat.
Written by Hostwinds Team / August 22, 2017