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Apache Manager For Windows

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Daniel Cody

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For those that run the Apache Webserver on the Windows platform, it can be a pain to start, stop, and restart Apache when setting it up or testing different configurations.

To make things easier, Apache developer Brian Moon wrote a simple application that sits in the Windows task tray and allows you to start, stop, and restart Apache easily. You can find more out about the application at his Apache Manager for Windows Web page.

Dan lives a quiet life in the bustling city of Milwaukee, WI. Although he founded what would become in 1998, he's since moved on to other projects and is now the owner of Progressive Networks, a Zimbra hosting company based in Milwaukee.

His personal site can be found at

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