In this video provides Introduction to PostgreSQL. The PostgreSQL installers created by EnterpriseDB are designed to make it quick and simple to install PostgreSQL on your computer. The installer provides:
Welcome to PostgreSQL Tutorial for Beginners video. In this video provides Introduction to PostgreSQL. The PostgreSQL installers created by EnterpriseDB are designed to make it quick and simple to install PostgreSQL on your computer. The installer provides:
a distribution-independent PostgreSQL installation.
the popular open-source PostgreSQL administration tool, pgAdmin.
the StackBuilder package manager (used to download and install drivers, tools and applications to complement your PostgreSQL installation). The sections that follow provide information about using the PostgreSQL 9.6/ PostgreSQL 10 installer:
How to satisfy hardware requirements and software prerequisites before installing PostgreSQL.
Step-by-step instructions explaining the installation options available with the setup wizard.
How to use Stack Builder to install modules that provide enhanced functionality for PostgreSQL 9.6/ PostgreSQL 10.
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