WampServer, also known as WAMP, is a free, open-source Content Management System used to easily deploy, manage and configure websites, blogs, social media applications and many more. WampServer has been around since 1993, with many developers contributing their time and efforts to make it even better. The WampServer is very flexible and you can use it to create, develop, manage, migrate and backup any type of WampServer. WampServer is compatible with all major operating systems like Windows, Linux and MacOS X. WampServer is used extensively for building dynamic websites that are used by a large number of people.
Now, let us see how WampServer installation process works and what are the things that one should keep in mind while installing WampServer on windows XP. WampServer installation process starts by creating a "WampDrive" folder under C:/Program Files/Realtek/RealPC settings. After creating the WampDrive folder, launch Windows Explorer and click on the "Home" icon in the left pane and choose "LOCALEDIR". If there is no such folder in your desktop then launch WinMap to launch Realtek driver manager. Now, launch WampServer and choose the default web browser from the" Browser Help" or "arta view" page. Now follow the simple installation steps and wait until WampServer starts working.
One can find WampServer installer by running the "installer" utility listed in the WampServer installation wizard. When the installer starts running, click on the "next" button to go further steps of installation. You will find various options under "drivers", select all the drivers that you are required to install and click on "finish" button to save all the changes. In order to provide a good performance to your computer you have to make sure that all the drivers are properly installed in your computer.