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FAQs

  • Get Magento and some sample data.
  • Import the Magento demo data into a blank store database.
  • Installing Magento is the third step.
  • Copy the media to the source.
  • Clear the cache and reindex the data.
  • Navigate to the Frontend.

  • Install and configure XAMPP.
  • Install Elasticsearch.
  • Using Composer to download Magento.
  • Using the command line to install Magento. For Magento 2.4.2 and higher, there are a few more modifications.
  • Import data from a sample (optional)

1. Use the Admin Panel to check the Magento version. You must first log into your Magento Admin Panel in order to check the Magento version. The Magento version can be found in the bottom (footer) right corner when you scroll down the website.

Only Linux-based operating systems are supported by Magento 2.4. Magento can, however, be installed and configured locally on a Windows PC. Learn how to install Magento 2.4 on Windows by setting up a local web server.

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