Updating node.js on Windows

Last week the node.js team released version 0.10.36, which was much anticipated by many of us, as it contains a fix for a debugger and strict mode regression issue.

If you are working on a Windows machine, the easiest was to update your node.js runtime is to download the latest MSI installer, and go through it with next-next-finish. After that you can use the node –v command to verify the version number of your local installation.



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