After you have Sitefinity CMS, you can create your own Sitefinity CMS projects, using Sitefinity CMS Project Manager.
You can open the Sitefinity CMS Project Manager from your Windows Start menu. You can see a list of all your projects, along with details such as location, version, creation date, and so on. For more information, see Work with Sitefinity CMS Project Manager.
NOTE: Keep in mind that when creating projects with the Project Manager, you need to manually install Roslyn. For more information, see Optimize website startup.
The file encoding standard used by default in Sitefinity's Project Manager is given below:
The first time you create a project, you must complete the license installation procedure. For every additional project, you must choose from already installed licenses or install a new license. If you have already created projects with a previous Sitefinity CMS version, you must first Upgrade them after which the License activation screen appears automatically when you start the project.
You can use Sitefinity CMS in the following ways:
For more information about Sitefinity CMS editions, see Sitefinity CMS license comparison.
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