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Host with Webserver

Hosting server running PHP, Apache,
MySQL, PhpMyAdmin...

Webserver turns your computer into a ready-to-use personal web hosting server. You can host whatever you want directly on your computer and share it on internet like any website. Your computer acts like a web hosting service and allows you to make your website / application / demo accessible via internet. The server is fully configurable, modular and easy to update and extend.

  • Size : 35 MB
  • Windows XP to 10
  • Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 x86 or x64 required

Modules & Components


Update and expend your hosting server with modules and components.



Webserver is a personal web hosting service. You can host your websites, files, applications on your computer and make them accessible from internet. You can tune your servers as you like and then host your websites, share your applications or demo permanently or for a short period of time (useful for sharing with friends, developers or clients). Develop with Devserver and host / share with Webserver.

Components : http server with Apache (or Nginx - soon), database server with MySQL (or PostgreSQL, MongoDB - soon), PHP (and Python, Ruby - soon), database management with PhpMyAdmin, FTP server with Filezilla (soon), mail server with hMailServer (soon)...

Features :

  • Ready-to-use! Download, install and host!
  • Manage servers services
  • Easy IP, router and firewall configuration
  • Fully configurable (port, timezone, extensions...)
  • Configuration files, error log, access log...
  • Modular : add applications, versions...
  • ...


EasyPHP Webserver 14.1 beta 2 VC9

  • Windows XP to 10
  • Hard disk / USB key space : ~ 260 MB
  • Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 x86 or x64 installed

Why VC9 ?

Versions of PHP and Apache are built with VC9 (Visual Studio 2008 compiler). The VC9 builds require you to have the Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 x86 or x64 installed.

So why choosing VC9 ?
For compatibilty reasons. Usually, the Visual C++ Redistributable is already installed (this install needs admin privileges).

Why VC9 versions won't include PHP 5.5.x ?
PHP 5.4 is the last series to support Windows XP and Windows 2003. The PHP Team will not provide binary packages for these Windows versions after PHP 5.4.