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The Quick-n-Dirty Guide to Setting Up Apache on Windows


It's easy to setup Apache on Windows, and in this article Steve shows us his "quick-n-dirty" way to do so in just minutes...

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By: Steve Adcock
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January 01, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · The Quick-n-Dirty Guide to Setting Up Apache on Windows
  2. · Getting Started: Apache, a Web Server?
  3. · Conclusion

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In this article we’ve seen the quick-and-dirty way to download and install Apache on your Windows PC to turn it into a web server. Click here if you have any questions about this article.
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