WordPress has gathered a lot of fans from across the globe and currently it is powering more than 26.4% of the websites, according to a report. It has acquired popularity due to its great user-friendly interface, lot of free/paid themes/plugins, a wide support eco-system – and most importantly it is completely free.
If you are going to launch your first website on WordPress and you do not have much information or experience about this CMS, then instead of trying out themes and plugins on a live website, it is far better to install WordPress on a local computer and test everything before making it live. WAMP is a popular software available for Windows that will let you install WordPress on Windows for free. We have seen, how you can create a WordPress site on Windows easily with Microsoft WebMatrix – now let us see how to use WAMP.