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How do I set up a Web Server on Windows 95?
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Brodie earned 100 total points
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Well here is the deal its easier with 98 cause its included with windows but since you have 95 you have to dl one from someone else..
there are many alvailable at http://www.winfiles.com/apps/98/servers-webtools.html
just click webservers and you can dl and set one up...
there are two really good servers you can dl the best is xitamy
and the second best is apache you can dl them from the site i gave you..
if you need further assistance leave a comment here i have email update on...


Yes it is that simple,
Brodie
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oh btw read the info included with the server after that its self explainitory...
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by:jhoule
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Your answer is a working approach - thanks. There is also a way to do it within Win 95 but it's not documented. I did it once but can't remember.
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