On my windows 10 machine, any time I try to access HTTP port 80, it is in use and cannot be bound to. I understand this is being used by the IIS that comes with Windows 10. However, I don't have a single web server configured. This is what my IIS Manager looks like:
Despite not having any sites at all, when I navigate to http://localhost, I see:
In my Windows Services, there is no WAS or W3SVC.
In my experience, this means there is some process somewhere bound to this port that I can probably terminate, kill, and completely stop totally.
How do I do this? I'd like other things that are not this to bind to port 80.