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XAMP? WAMP?


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I am wondering what is the easiest way to get Apachce, PHP and MySQL to all work together on Windows 7???

I cant stress this enough that im looking for the easiest route?

Becasue when testing PHP in browser all that is displayed is my "phpinfo.php" (the actual call for code) NOT the PHP system info ect.

Thanks.

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