This tutorial will show you how to install Microsoft SQL Server on Windows 7, 8 and 7 SP1, Windows 8, 8.1 and 8.2, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and Windows Server 2012.
Microsoft SQL Servers are now available as free downloads and can be used for large databases.
If you want to use SQL Server in a different way, see our free database tools.
SQL Server has become the standard in enterprise applications, and the company continues to offer more powerful SQL Server editions for the enterprise.
SQL Serves are also becoming popular for server management, where applications can run on the servers that have them.
To install SQL on your Windows 10 or 8.x computer, see How to Install SQL Server for Windows 10 and 8 and SQL Server 2016 for Windows Server.
SQL server is a popular database platform, but it is also available in smaller and custom-built SQL Serve versions.
You can use a database on a Windows 10 PC, a Windows 8.
X PC or a Windows Server 2016 PC, as well as a Windows 7 or 8 computer.
To download SQL Server, click Start and then click Search.
Type msconfig in the Search box, click OK, and then double-click on SQL Server.
A window should open with the following information: SQL Server database version number: SQL 10.0.16299.1664 SQL Server server name: Microsoft SQL server This window displays the list of databases that SQL Server can be installed on.
You will also see the database name.
If it is not a name that is familiar to you, it will list all the databases that can be configured.
The following table shows the list that SQL can be added to: SQL Database Name SQL Server Name SQL Database Version SQL Server version 10.1.0 SQL Server 11.2.0 sql Server 12.2 sql Server 15.2 SQL Server 1510.2sql Server 16.0 The list of SQL Server databases is the same as for Windows SQL Server (Windows 10 or Windows 8) but the name and version are different.
If a database is not listed, it means that the database was created on Windows Server, and not SQL Server or the database is still in beta.
If the database has been updated, a warning message will appear.
In this case, it is likely that SQL was not properly configured or that it is out of date.
You might also want to review the SQL Server Troubleshooting section.
In the table below, you can see the databases in the list and how many SQL Services it supports.
You should be able to select the appropriate database.
When you are ready to install the SQL server, click Next.
On the Select a Database page, click the Select Database button.
In a new window that opens, you will see the list.
Choose the database you want and then select Next.
In SQL Server Database Configuration, select the Database name.
In Database Configuration Wizard, click on Next, and select the database.
In Windows Server Configuration Manager, click Server Configuration.
In Select SQL Server Configuration, click Configure SQL Server Setup.
Select Install SQL server.
When the Install SQL button is presented, the database will be installed.
When it is finished, you should see the following message: SQL installation successfully completed.
The Install SQL wizard will now start.
In its first session, SQL Server will install the database and then the following dialog box will appear: Now you can configure the SQL database on the server.
Click Configure Database and select a database.
Click OK to close the Configuration Wizard.
The Configure database dialog box appears.
On a new page, select Database Name and then enter the database username and password.
On another page, choose the Database Version and click Next to continue.
Click on Install SQL, and on the next page, SQL Database Configuration wizard will appear, with the Database Configuration options.
On each page, you’ll see options for the database to configure.
For example, you might select to configure a single SQL database, or configure SQL Server to use a single server for the configuration.
If one option is chosen, the other will be selected.
On Next, you may check and approve the changes to the configuration, or you can choose to save changes and then restore them when you are done.
Click Save Changes.
The Database Configuration dialog box displays.
When SQL Server is installed on your computer, the next time you log on to the server, it may automatically start using the database as it was configured.
After the database starts using the SQL databases on the client computer, it also starts using SQL Server as the default database on all clients that use the same SQL Server instance.
To change the default behavior of SQL, open the Configuration Manager Console and right-click SQL Server and then Properties.
Under Database Configuration Properties, click On Configuration Properties.
Select the Database Database tab.
Click the Configuration tab.
If all the options have been checked