How to install node js on windows system-Blog-techahmed-Fincode-Fusion

 In This Blog we are going to learn that how to install node js on windows computer

Node js:

  In short Node js is javascript run time that helps you to use power of javascript on your computer. It is available for all os like windows, mac and linux

Node.js is a powerful JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine. It's widely used for developing server-side applications and is essential for modern web development. If you're looking to install Node.js on your Windows system, this guide will take you through each step of the process.

Step 1: Download Node.js Installer

  1. Visit the Node.js website:
  2. Go to the official Node.js website.
  3. Choose the LTS version:
  4. On the homepage, you'll see two versions available for download: the LTS (Long Term Support) version and the Current version. For most users, the LTS version is recommended as it ensures stability and long-term support.
  5. Download the installer:
  6. Click on the "Windows Installer" button under the LTS version. This will download the .msi installer file to your computer.

Step 2: Run the Node.js Installer

  1. Locate the downloaded file:
  2. Once the download is complete, navigate to the directory where the installer file was saved.
  3. Start the installation:
  4. Double-click on the .msi file to run the installer.
  5. Follow the setup wizard:
  6. The Node.js Setup Wizard will open. Follow these steps:
    • Welcome Screen: Click "Next" to proceed.
    • License Agreement: Read the license agreement, check the box to accept the terms, and click "Next".
    • Destination Folder: Choose the installation folder or use the default one and click "Next".
    • Custom Setup: Ensure that "Node.js runtime", "npm package manager", and "Add to PATH" options are selected. Click "Next".
    • Ready to Install: Click "Install" to start the installation process.
  7. Complete the installation:
  8. Once the installation is complete, click "Finish" to close the setup wizard.

Step 3: Verify the installation

        node -v

if there is any error means node not installed if executed it will show the version of node that is installed