stadium wrote:Now i want know, How to check port 80? and turnoff services are run port:80?
One possibility would be the command line command netstat, as already posted by JJ_Tagy.
- Open your windows command line
- type in a command like this
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netstat -aon|find ":80"|find "LISTENING"
(LISTENING is the english expression of the status. If you don't have an english version of windows, this keyword can be different)
- check the second column for entrys using port 80 and remind it's process ID (PID) in the last column
- In your windows task manager search for the process with the same PID
Second possibility would be to download and install the latest version of the new control panel v3
, which comes with a more user friendly Netstat tool.
Third possibility are tools like the Sysinternals Process Explorer
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