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Default which is best :php with iis or php with apache?

hi all me a new php lover starting ma work on php:)
i m using windows xp
plz tell me the advantages / disadvantages or the differense b/w using of these 2 combinations
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No doubts, Apache is best; IIS not.
LAMP is a stand configuration.
On Windows AMP is better than IMP.
Apache plays VirtualHost[em]s[/em] and .htaccess files.

http://www.mediasworks.com/tutorial/...de_windows.htm

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LAMP is a stand configuration.
On Windows AMP is better than IMP.

sory i couldnt understand it :(
may u plz explain it .......

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LAMP ( Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP ) is a standard configuration.
On Windows AMP ( Apache/MySQL/PHP ) is better than IMP ( IIS/MySQL/PHP ).

As of Linux, Redhat/FreeBSD are commonly used. Perl also has important place in LAMP.

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