How to check port conflict in windows

How to check port conflict in windows –

The Netstat command can list currently used ports, that might be helpful if you think any application is clashing with another one on an active port. Use the -ao with netstat command to show all connections and listening ports in numeric form.

-a : This switch displays active TCP connections, TCP connections with the listening state, as well as UDP ports that are being listened to.
-o : the -o switch displays the process identifier (PID) associated with each displayed connection.

See the screenshot below for more about using netstat -ao.

running-port

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