Try Joomla on your own computer

Joomla is simple to install and try on your own computer, using tools available freely on the internet. One such tool is the bitnami Joomla Stack.
 
You can see a step by step walkthrough on using this here: http://docs.joomla.org/Installing_Joomla!_using_BitNami_Joomla!_stack
 
It couldn't be easier, give it a try today!

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