MySql Installation

Hello Friends,


This is one of my tutorials related to database. You all must be familiar with MySQL, but still for those who have not learned about this, for them I will recall it in short.

MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) that runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases.The most important feature of this is that it is open-source  i.e. it does not require any licence to use. I can be easily downloaded from the internet for personal use. Hence some of the free software projects that require a full-featured database management system often use MySQL.

Now this tutorial will guide you through for installing the all new instance of MySQL. Follow the screenshots. And wherever necessary I will follow you.

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Please check the Radio Button as shown to skip the sign up.


This is the last step for installation.

Here installation is done. Now Please check the check-box to configure the MySQL installation.

following are the configuration steps:

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Here you can change the installation path as you want. Or else it will take its default path. Here we will continue with the default path i.e. C:/ .

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In this step you have to choose the password of your choice so that you can access mysql through its command window(see last step).

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Now after this step you have to click the Execute button to complete the configuration. And please check that all the options are installed because untill all of them are installed, MySQL will not be configured completely.

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Now here, the Installation and Configuration is completed. Now we will check whether MySQL is ready to use or not. For that goto -> Start Menu -> All Programs -> MySql -> Mysql Server -> Mysql Command Line Client. just as shown below.


Click the option and new window will appear. Now it will prompt for the password. Enter the password you have entered during the config step.

Here’s your command window for mysql. Now enjoy …..

Thanks & Regards,

Nikhil Naoghare.

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