Apache Web Server Review

It is open source and OS independent so it is best to use apahe as web server.

Apache Web Server Apache
Now a days Apache web server is the most vibrant and vivacious open source web server throughout the world. However its counterpart web servers like Drupal and Magneto are also being used simultaneously but still the growth rate of Apache in organizational websites lags behind the counterpart web servers.
The reason that why Apache is for the most part being used, lies in the fact that it has compatibility with all operating systems including Linux and windows etc. Apache HTTP Server Project is a collaborative effort of software development that focuses on a solid implementation of the code, create commercial quality, with many features and freely available source of an HTTP (Web).
Really the only thing new in its new version (2.2.22) is security patches, but heals the web server, which makes it more convenient for the operating system. So the more script tasks of the operating system, the server can be pushed.
The GUI of Apache is friendly, cooperative and very basic. You have the menu on your left side panel and can access the features with meantime. Another exciting feature which really catches the eye (for developer) is its command line interface.
Apache can configurable from the third party module. It is mostly used for the HTTP server request and responses. It can be customized by different API module.
Although Apache has not any single cons but one can say that for the beginner, if problem occur then the only solution is to use command line interface to get rid of. But we should know that Apache has pre-defined bug fixer to handle most of the problem on its own.

**Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
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