Nginx 1.13.0 for Windows (32-bit and 64-bit builds) are now available for free download. As always, packages are built from the upstream mainline branch. Nginx (pronounced “engine x”) is a high performance web server, caching proxy and a Layer 7 load balancing solution. Millions of web sites on the Internet use and benefit from Nginx because of its extreme performance, scalability, reliability, flexibility, and security.
On 2017-04-04, the mainline version of Nginx 1.13.0 was released at nginx.org. The upstream changelog is as follows:
Changes with nginx 1.13.0 – 25 Apr 2017
- ) Change: SSL renegotiation is now allowed on backend connections.
- ) Feature: the “rcvbuf” and “sndbuf” parameters of the “listen” directives of the mail proxy and stream modules.
- ) Feature: the “return” and “error_page” directives can now be used to return 308 redirections. Thanks to Simon Leblanc.
- ) Feature: the “TLSv1.3” parameter of the “ssl_protocols” directive.
- ) Feature: when logging signals nginx now logs PID of the process which sent the signal.
- ) Bugfix: in memory allocation error handling.
- ) Bugfix: if a server in the stream module listened on a wildcard address, the source address of a response UDP datagram could differ from the original datagram destination address.
These Windows install files are provided to support legacy users who still use the Cygwin based builds. Before nginx.org starting providing native Windows packages, these were the only way to run Nginx on Windows. Now, official native Windows builds are available and supported at nginx.org. Please use those if you are new to Nginx on Windows. Once again, they are fully supported and available for download at nginx.org.
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The Nginx Bundle for Windows is an easy to set up and easy to use software package consisting of Nginx, MariaDB, and PHP for the Microsoft Windows platform.