A) cPanel –
It is one of the most commonly used control panels that includes adding/removing email accounts, managing Mysql databases, check statistics of the website etc. It is mostly used on Linux O.S. For further information of its features, you can check the following site –
site – http://www.cpanel.net
B) Plesk –
It is can be used for both Linux/Windows servers. Its interface is similar to Windows XP. However, its features are quite similar to cpanel.
Site – http://www.sw-soft.com
C) H-Sphere –
This is a version released by Positive Software. H- Sphere is available for both Linux/Windows O.S., it is loaded complete key functionality.
Site – http://www.psoft.net
D) Ensim –
It aims to provide support for windows/linux O.S., it has a capability to manage any types of websites. Its interface is quite compact compared to other competitors.
Site – http://www.ensim.com
E) DirectAdmin –
It aims to provide support to linux O.S. Their features are quite similar to cPanel. There are no such additional features that should have been a part of it.
Site – http://www.directadmin.com
F) Interworx –
It mainly supports Linux as an operating system, they provide usage snapshots on their site, and the interface is well-organized.
Site – http://www.interworx.info
G) Helm –
It provides support to the Windows operating system. It supports standard features. Billing information can be viewed.
Site – http://www.webhostautomation.com/products/helm
H) Hosting Accelerator –
It mainly supports windows server, it lacks many features common to others, it is not at all user-friendly.
Site – http://www.hostingaccelerator.com
I) InsPanel –
A windows-server supporting control panel. It has many features to be listed, it is well-organized.
Site – http://www.inspanel.com
J) CWIPanel –
It features are the same like any other control panel. It only supports windows server.
Site – http://www.cwipanel.com