The most common web server software today, that is, the program that actually does the receiving and answering of page requests, is Apache. This open-source software handles more than half of all websites in existence today – many developers of web-based applications and technologies use Apache Download as their default environment when designing new products. The second most common is Internet Information Services (IIS), released by Microsoft, which accounts for nearly 25% of all websites, leaving various other smaller applications to compete for the remaining niche.
Apache is a freely available Web server that is distributed under an “open source” runs on most UNIX-based operating systems. According to a Web server survey 60% of all Web sites on the Internet are using Apache, making Apache more widely used than all other Web servers combined. it became the first Web server software to serve more than 100 million Web sites.
Apache Software exists to provide robust and commercial-grade reference implementations of many types of software. It must remain a platform upon which individuals and institutions can build reliable systems, both for experimental purposes and for mission-critical purposes.
Use the links below to download the Apache HTTP Server, also verify the integrity of the downloaded files using signatures downloaded from distribution directory.