Solutions For WampServer Not Starting Issue

Hi all, how are you all doing today? Today we will provides solutions you can apply if your WampServer is not starting in your local machine.  
Yesterday I downloaded and installed WampServer in my local machine.  Unfortunately, when I tried to start WampServer, it was not starting at all. I tried all the feasible solutions. I restarted my machine, I closed and re-opened the machine. I did all the options. But the result was always the same. Finally I discovered the solution to resolve this issue.
Basically I am a Software Engineer with hands-off experience in Microsoft technologies, so I installed Visual Studio 2010, 2012 and 2013 in my system. As you all know, to work with Visual Studio we all must install IIS in our system. Am I right? So I installed that too. The software was in my system for a long period of time. 
Now I installed WampServer in my system. Any server needs a separate port to listen with. And if any of other is using the same port, it won't work correctly.
What a selfish character, right? We are all in a world where we share everything (including knowledge, money, food and so on) but the software does not have this character. They are selfish.
So we can't change their character. Let it be! We will try for an another solution. Here I will share two solutions.
Solution 1: Changing the port 
In this solution, we will change the port assigned for WampServer. Let us see how to do that. If you installed WampServer in your machine, you can find an icon in your tool bar. Just click on that icon.
Click on the httpd.conf under the Apache server section.
Now you will get a file opened as follows.
From the file, please search for 80Listen and replace 80 with 8080. That's all. Now if you restart your WampServer, everything will work fine.
Solution 2: Stopping the IIS
If the preceding solution does not work in your case, you can stop IIS in your system. To do so you need to use the preceding procedures.
Go to the command window (you can use  Window+R as a shortcut) and type cmd and press Enter.
After pressing Enter, you will get a window as in the following:
Now if you follow the command as shown in the image, your IIS will be stopped.
What you need to do next is, check which one is using port 80. To check, please click on the Apache -> Service -> Test Port 80.
Now  you will get output as follows, if everything is fine.
Then it is time to run your local host.
Click on the phpinfo(), so that you can confirm there are no errors.
That is all, we have done it.


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Kindest Regards,
Sibeesh Venu