I renamed my current XAMPP at C:\XAMPP to C:\XAMPP ORIG so that I could install the newest version of XAMPP at C:\XAMPP but still have my app's data and original version in case something went.
I was scared after I installed the newest XAMPP and saw that it "overwrote" my XAMPP ORIG - on my C: drive, there was only C:\XAMPP - but relieved when my htdocs and mysql\data was in the new, updated version of XAMPP.
This folder contains all the Apache binaries and configuration.
I always used to do like this, but some databases in the backup data folder crashed when they are placed in the newly installed xampp folder.
So, I'm always searching to upgrade PHP without apache [email protected] are you a xampp user?
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