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Installing PostgreSQL on Windows

Installing PostgreSQL on Windows
Follow the following step to install PostgreSQL on windows.
Step 1: Download the expected version suitable for you from the link https://www.enterprisedb.com/downloads/postgres-postgresql-downloads#windows
Step 2: Double click on the installer file, an installation wizard will appear and guide you through multiple steps where you can choose different options that you would like to have in PostgreSQL. The following illustrates each step and its options for installation. If you install a different version, you may get additional steps. 
PostgreSQL Install on Window Step 2
Step 3: In this step of the installation process would be to select the directories for installation location where PostgreSQL would be installed. By default, it is stored under the C:\\ProgramFile.
Step 4: Enter the password for the database super-user and service account.
PostgreSQL Install on Window Step 4
Step 5: Enter the port for PostgreSQL. Make sure that no other applications are using this port. Leave it as default if you are unsure.
PostgreSQL Install on Window Step 5
Step 6: Choose the default locale used by the database.
PostgreSQL Install on Window Step 6
Step 7: You’ve completed providing information for the PostgreSQL installer. Click the Next button to install PostgreSQL
PostgreSQL Install on Window Step 7
Step 8: The installation may take a few minutes to complete.
PostgreSQL Install on Window Step 7
After finish the installation please check and open the PostgreSQL server.
WindowàPostgreSQLàpgAdmin and click. It will ask you for the admin password. Just enter the password you’ve used in the installation step.
Connect-to-PostgreSQL-Server
Now PostgreSQL installation process is done, you are ready to use PostgreSQL.

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