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How to Install NodeJs on a Windows Server?

NodeJs is a javascript runtime that runs Javascript outside the web browser. It is open-source and supported for Linux as well as Windows. NodeJs is being used in traditional websites, and due to lets single threat operations, it is also used in back-end API.

In this article, you will learn about: How to Install NodeJs on a Windows Server?


1. Download the NodeJs installer file from following URL,

https://nodejs.org/en/download/

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2. Open Download location → Click on NodeJs Installer to start the installation → Click on “Run“.

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3. On welcome screen of installer → Click on Next.

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4. Read the terms properly → Check the I accept the terms in the License Agreement.

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5. By default, the installation directory will be automatically picked; if you want to change the installation directory, you can do that in this step → Click on Next.

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6. In the Custom Setup, you can configure the way you want to install the packages of NodeJs → Click on Next.

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7. In this step, you can select the necessary tools to compile native modules of NodeJs → Click on Next.

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8. Finally, you are all set to start installation of NodeJs → Click on Install.

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9. Now windows will begin installation of NodeJs at selected installation directory.

How to Install Node.js on a Windows Server

10. Congratulations! NodeJs has been successfully installed on windows server.

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Updated on September 14, 2021

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