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How to Install and Use NVM on Windows?

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NVM stands for Node Version Manager which is a tool used for installing Node.js and using the Node.js versions of your choice. It helps to switch between Node.js versions while also allowing to work with multiple NPM versions. It is easy to use and it works on any POSIX-complaint shell like bash, sh, etc. It supports operating systems like, Linux, macOS, Windows.  In this article, we will see how to install NVM in windows. 

Installing NVM in Windows

In this article, we will learn how to install NVM for Windows. Follow the below steps:

Step 1: Download the nvm-setup.zip from the assets table located over here. Unzip/Extract the contents (The Zip file should be present in the Downloads folder or the destination you choose to download) by extracting it to nvm-setup.

Download-the-nvm-setup.zip-file

Step 2: In the nvm-setup folder, double-click on the file named nvm-setup.exe as shown below.

Open-nvm-setup.exe-file

Step 3: Choose the I accept the agreement option and click on Next to proceed further with the installation.

License-agreement

Step 4: Now, select the destination to install and click on Next. 

Select-the-destination-location

Step 5: Select the folder in which setup should create the Node.js symlink, then click Next.

Set-Node.js-symlink

Step 6: Click on the Install button and once it completes, click on the Finish button.

Click-on-the-Install-button Click-on-the-Finish-button

Step 7: Confirm NVM is installed successfully by typing the following command in the terminal

nvm -v

Output: 

Verifying-the-installation-of-NVM

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Last Updated : 11 Feb, 2022
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