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How to change to an older version of node.js on Windows.
Today I’m going to be exploring how to manage multiple installations of Node.js on a windows computer following an issue I recently came across whilst working on a project.
The project I was working on required me to update my version of Node.js; a pretty straightforward process, until I then returned to an older project that was dependent on an earlier version of Node.
Upon this realisation, I completed a quick search and stumbled across a useful tool that can be installed on your Windows machine:
The Node Version Manager. You can find it at https://github.com/coreybutler/nvm-windows
It allows you to easily install and manage multiple versions of node. Here's a snippet from the help:
A simple install by downloading and running the nvm-setup.zip. Then simply this simply allows you to switch your Node versions, also the ability to use install commands.
An example of my commands below: