Welcome to postgres :-)
I am using postgres on redhat (it was a breeze to install), but if youre not
up for that running with CYGWIN is a posibility.
This is a tutorial
I connect with PGADMIN II over ODBC which is extreemly easy to setup and
configure. But once ODBC is installed (odbc.postgresql.org) the world is
your oyster. You can connect with MS Access or Delphi or what ever it is
you feel comfortable using.
Hope this helps
> Hi all,
> I am very new to the Postgres subject and hope that someone will take the
> to answer this, or point me the right direction:
> 1. How do I go about installing Postgres on a Windows Box? Does anyone
> (I saw that most of you seem to be using Linux/Unix..) Do I need to
> can I download an installer someplace?
> 2. What would I use as a front-end, i.e. for developing user interfaces?
> Delphi? Insight? Anything else? Since I am not a programmer, but a
> technically minded user, I would like to develop something for myself
> easy-to-use tool.
> Kevin Walsh
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