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8/29/2016

Tutorial How to Install XAMPP on Windows 10 and Running Localhost

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How to Install XAMPP on Windows 10 and Running Localhost | If you want to create and run scripts websites created with PHP, or want to install wordpress on your computer of course you first need to have at least four major software required, namely Apache, PHP, MySQL (now many people turn to MariaDB) and PHPMyAdmin , You can install four software one by one manually or with only one application already includes everything, using XAMPP.

XAMPP is an application that is already contained therein Apache, MariaDB (substitute MySQL), PHP and Perl. XAMPP itself is an abbreviation of the four software above. XAMPP is an open source package that is designed to be easy to use, so XAMPP also cross-platform, so it can run on MAC and Linux, but on this occasion we will only discuss XAMPP on Windows 10 only.

Installing XAMPP in Windows 10
First you have to visit the website Apache Friend and download XAMPP there. XAMPP file size of around 109MB.

Site Apache Friends

After finishing the download, then just run the file by double click on the file.

During the installation process, you may get some warnings like Windows asks if you are sure you want to install, and so forth. Just click "Yes" to continue.

XAMPP Setup Wizard will guide you through the installation process. Click Next.

XAMPP Setup Wizard

In the next window you will be asked to choose what components you want to install. Apache and PHP will automatically be installed then both check mark can not be eliminated, while for others they can be tailored to your needs, but for example this time make sure you checklist MySQL and PHPMyAdmin because this would be very useful to you later.

XAMPP Choose Installation

Next, select the folder location that you want to install XAMPP on your computer, in this case we are trying to make it in the folder C:\Program Files\XAMPP.

Choose location Installation XAMPP

In the next phase, you are asked if you want to install the BitNami for XAMPP, a free tool for easily installing WordPress, Drupal and Joomla.

In this example we do not install the BitNami because later we want to install WordPress manually only.

BitNami for XAMPP

After all of the settings selected, XAMPP is now ready to be installed onto your computer. Click Next to continue.

XAMPP is complete install

Once XAMPP is installed, you will be asked if you want to start XAMPP Control Panel, which provides an interface to run your localhost environment. You can tick in this option and then click Finish.

XAMPP-Finish-Install.png

Control Panel will automatically open, but if you have not menceklis choice, you can open it via the XAMPP folder on your computer, and open the XAMPP Control Panel instead.

XAMPP Control Panel, the display will be open as follows.

XAMPP Control Panel

Running PHP and MySQL and Opening Localhost
In order for PHP scripts and MySQL database can run, then click the Start button on both of them, it will look like the picture below.

Running PHP and MySQL and Opening Localhost  In order for PHP scripts and MySQL database can run, then click the Start button on both of them, it will look like the picture below.

Now the installation process went well and everything was completed smoothly, you can try running http://localhost/ or http://127.0.0.1 on your web browser to check if XAMPP is already installed. If successful it will show the main display as shown below.

Localhost display in windows 10

Conclusion :
Quite easy to install XAMPP on Windows and run localhost to make sure the PHP script can be run and MySQL database is ready for use.

Note:
On some computers possible errors caused by conflicting port usage between XAMPP with other applications on your computer, usually port PHP on XAMPP will clash with Skype because together using port 80. The solution is to be changed one port, whether that in Skype or PHP, make sure only one is used to avoid the problem.

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