How to Install XAMPP for Windows

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How to Install XAMPP for Windows 1
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How to Install XAMPP for Windows 1
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XAMPP is a free and open source cross-platform web server solution stack package developed by Apache Friends, consisting mainly of the Apache HTTP Server, MariaDB database, and interpreters for scripts written in the PHP and Perl programming languages.
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Today  we are going  to be talking on how to install xampp for windows so just follow the steps carefully.





Step 1
First on your web browser,  visit the XAMPP website you can download any type of xampp version you want.

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Step 2
Then quickly click on the download link for XAMPP.
Step 3
After being prompted for the download, click “Save” and wait for your download to finish.
Step 4
Install the program, and click on “Run” quickly on your computer.
Step 5
Accept the default settings. Then a quick command will open and offer an initial installation prompt. 
Step 6
Now press the Enter button on your keyboard, and accept the default settings.  
Step 7
After your installation is complete, exit the command window by typing x on the command line.
Step 8
Now Start the XAMPP Control Panel.
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Step 9
Start the apache and MySQL components. You can also start the other components, if you plan to use them.
Step 10
Verify the Apache install, by clicking on the Apache administrative link in the Control Panel.
Step 11
Then Verify the MySQL installation, by clicking on the MySQL administrative link in the XAMPP Control Panel.
Step 12
Finally the verification steps is successful, XAMPP should be successfully installed on your PC. Open a browser and enter “localhost” on your address bar. You will be redirected to a page telling you that you’ve successfully installed xampp on your system that’s all you need.
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