I would like to do this because I have a half installed service because of installation failure which is just there, non-functioning.
How can I delete the Windows service using the command line?
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NOTE: You'll likely need an elevated command prompt (right click => "Run as Administrator") to execute this command
C:\Users\Jeff>sc delete DESCRIPTION: Deletes a service entry from the registry. If the service is running, or another process has an open handle to the service, the service is simply marked for deletion. USAGE: sc delete [service name]