Overview of XAMPP
XAMPP is a cross-platform Apache distribution that includes MySQL, PHP, and Perl extensions. It was created as a web server that can function as a helpful website building and maintenance tool. XAMPP allows developers to test dynamic web pages without needing to connect to the Internet. It also contains the most recent versions of Mercury and Tomcat.
XAMPP allows you to manage MySQL and SQLite databases as well as construct a remote host using the FileZilla FTP server (which is also included in the package). This is helpful when managing huge Content Management Systems (CMS).
The only user interaction required throughout the installation process is to specify whether the components should be installed as Windows services. You don’t have to make a decision right now because you can view how this is configured from the XAMPP control panel. This is also the only contact with the user, and only from here may server configurations be performed.
System Requirements of XAMPP
- Operating System: Windows 7/8.1/10/11
- RAM (Memory): 2GB (4 GB recommended)
- Hard Disk Space: 500 MB or more free space needed
- Processor: Intel dual core or any higher processor
- File Name: Xampp-windows-x64-8.2.4-0-VS16-installer.exe
- Version: 8.2.4 (PHP 8.2.4)
- License Type: Freeware
- Release Date: April 6, 2023
- Languages: English
- Created By: Apache Friends