How to Uninstall IIS7 on Windows 7


IIS7 is an edition of Internet Information Services, a Web server created for Windows by Microsoft to serve documents and applications over the Internet and other networks. IIS7 for Windows 7 is part of the Visual Studio development environment and takes up an available port as well as system resources once installed. If you no longer actively develop Web applications, you should uninstall IIS7 to free up space on your system.

Things You'll Need

  • IIS7
  • Click the "Start" menu on your computer, and then select "Control Panel" from the right side of the menu bar.

  • Double-click "Programs and Features" or "Programs," depending on the Control Panel layout you have configured.

  • Select "Turn Windows Features On or Off" on the left pane of the window, then supply your administrator credentials when prompted.

  • Remove the selection mark next to "Internet Information Services" by unchecking it, then click "OK."

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