Today I am going to help you pick the correct version of Node JS to use. When you are just getting started and about to download Node JS, you will be presented with 2 confusing versions to choose from. It’s not a big of a deal but for public service here’s my simple answer:
Which Node JS version to use? 20 LTS. You should always use even-numbered versions marked LTS that says “Recommended for Most Users” on the download page. An even number Node version is 16.x.x LTS, 18.x.x LTS, 20.x.x LTS and so on that you should use when learning or deploying your project to a production environment.