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WampServer is a Web development platform on Windows that allows you to create dynamic Web applications with Apache2, PHP, and MySQL. WampServer automatically installs everything you need to intuitively develope Web applications. You will be able to tune your server without even touching its setting files. Best of all, WampServer is available for free (under GPML license) in both 32 and 64 bit versions. Wampserver is not compatible with Windows XP, SP3, or Windows Server 2003.
- Manage your Apache and MySQL services
- Switch online/offline (give access to everyone or only localhost)
- Install and switch Apache, MySQL and PHP releases
- Manage your servers settings
- Access your logs
- Access your settings files
- Create alias
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Maybe I was fortunate that I installed onto an older computer that had gone through the upgrade process for Windows 10 instead of being a "virgin" install. I seem to have already had all of the necessary VC redistributables installed. Regardless - 64-bit Wamp 3.0.6 worked for me out of the box. The only adjustment I had to make was to change the HTTP port from 80 to 8080. I expected Windows to already have port 80 in use, or blocked by the firewall, so this wasn't a hassle for me.
You guys need to update a few things with this release, because as it stands it's completely broken for anyone attempting to install it on a fresh windows machine. You've decided to require the redistributables for MULTIPLE versions of visual studio C++, but the links you have given to said packages in your installer are no longer valid (404). You should have given the option of packaging these with the installer. As far as I can tell, Microsoft has removed these redistributalbes from their website making it completely impossible to run WAMP on a new machine. That's it. Finito.
as I have downloaded the software aftr installation while I typed in the browser localhost/phpmyadmin it directed me to the phpmyadmin page bt there its asking to give login by asking username and password what I need to do please advice
5/29/2017 Just downloaded and installed Wampserver64. Clicked on Wamperver Icon in order to launch and open phpMyAdnim as directed on a how to site; a cmd window opened for a few moments then closed; else nothing happened. I cannot open Wanpserver, in which case I cannot use MySQl or Wordpress. Program sucks big time. Need to find an alternative that works. Dwnloaded earlier version. Still useless. The myPHPAdmin opens from taskbar into browser but it is empty. I cannot change Apache portal default of 80: it always reverts back. I canot start any services though it says I have two. I downloaded a program UAMP. : I could change the Apache portal to 88 and it startrd using UWAMP; but phpMyAdmin did not recognize any of the settings. Could start MySql from UAMP, WAMP is a piece of trash; and I am being descriptive. You need to go back to your drawing boards on this one. Wasted 6 hours trying to make this piece of crap work.
So far so good. After install it is working. The install notes are a little tedious and some of the links are broken. The instruction at the end saying about the document always with up to date links is a little humorous. The links are not up to date and has not been updated since 2015. So even if the project is still being actively managed the ball is being dropped there. I took a chance and didn't bother with VC11 & VC13 and it seems to be ok. It is worth noting that I had installed 2 versions [other builds] before this and neither worked. One Apache did not install correctly and the other MySQL had something wrong with InnoDb. Neither mentioned anything about dependencies or even gave any message beyond the equivalent of "Don't Work". Their website was flash so that must be what makes their day. Also of note is that I tried to get an AMP set up on Ubunutu and it was a waste of my time. It involved not using a GUI to get special access just to create a .php file. Hopeless. I started in DOS and have no intention of going back to the 1980's. Insane! I even found a guy who said it was normal and went in command line on windows every day! So I guess its a masochist thing rather than I actually want to get on with life thing. I just hope there's a decent tool to manage domains it was a real pain years ago when I last needed a local web server.