ghans wrote:And LAMP should work better than WAMP / XAMPP because to my knowledge all
included software has always been tailored to run on Linux , and i know
that it needs workarounds for Windows.
Your knowledge is incorrect.
Apache - http://httpd.apache.org/
"an effort to develop and maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems including UNIX and Windows NT"
MySQL works on Linux and Windows, and their website doesn't make any mention of one of the other being either a prime focus, or a poor second cousin.
PHP & Perl are basically cross-platform scripting languages, with code that is generally portable, and again no issues between platforms, unless you are referring to specific resources on one, that the other doesn't have.
XAMPP is developed for Linux, Windows, OSX, and Solaris.
"xAMP" is a pretty generic term, that is technically the OS, Apache HTTP webserver, MySQL, and PHP.
These days it can include Perl, and a bunch of other modules and software, depending on who is putting the LAMP together (whether a script, a n00b, a hacker, an enthusiast or a developer).