Ampps - best software to create localhost server

Creating a localhost server for building and developing website seems familiar to website developers, and perhaps the three most popular software used for creating localhosts are Xampp, WampServer, and AppServ. However, if you want to create a more professional localhost, try Ampps.

Ampps is a software that helps you create a professional localhost for web development. With Ampps, you can easily set up a local server environment for your PHP, Python, and Perl projects, and access it via a web browser. It also includes popular software such as Apache, MySQL, and PHPMyAdmin, making it easy to install and manage your web applications.

The software is user-friendly and has a simple interface, making it easy to use for beginners and advanced users alike. You can also install additional software packages such as WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal with just a few clicks. Ampps supports multiple versions of PHP, which means you can switch between versions as needed.

Overall, Ampps is a reliable and efficient solution for creating and managing your own localhost for web development.

Ampps supports running on operating systems such as Windows, MAC OS X, Linux and can quickly install pre-integrated source codes such as Joomla, Wordpress, Magento, SMF, phpBB, Gallery, Mentis, MediaWiki, SugarCRM, Dolphin, OpenX, PrestaShop, CodeIgniter, Moodle...

How to install Ampps software

  • Firstly, you need to download the software from (note: choose the correct operating system you are using).
  • Next, click on the downloaded software to start the installation process (similar to installing other common software). The installation process is very simple, you just need to click "Next" to proceed with the installation. (See the illustration of the installation steps below)

  • After successfully installing Ampps, you can access the software's administration page to configure and install necessary information according to your needs (access the administration page via the link http://localhost/ampps/).

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