WampServer refers to a solution stack for the Microsoft Windows operating system. This solution was created by Romain Bourdon and it consists of the Apache web server, OpenSSL for SSL support, MySQL database and PHP programming language. In this article, I will be showing you how to uninstall WAMPServer from Windows. Kindly refer to these exciting guides: How to set Browers and Windows to reopen Apps on Startup, How to fix the following servers in this deployment that are not part of the deployment Pool: Create an RDS Session Host and Collection, how to Disable browser notifications in Chrome via GPO in Windows, how to Set up Cross-Region Replication for S3 Buckets, and how To Scan WordPress Websites With WPScan For Security Vulnerabilities.
For some reason, I installed WAMP without installing the redistributable. In order not to encounter unforeseen issues in the installation of TeamPass Password Manager. I decided to uninstall and re-install the Wampserver. If you are looking to uninstall WAMP Server and start fresh with a new installation, here is the quick and straightforward way to do it in Windows. Please see how to update WampServer to Latest Version.
Uninstall Wampserver via the Windows Settings or Control Panel
As you can see, the Wampserver services are running and you can just uninstall it on the fly.
Via the Control Panel
Launch the Control Panel and click on Uninstall a program.
Click on Wampserver and click on Uninstall
You will be prompted to click on YES if you are sure you really want to uninstall all of its components.
Click on Yes and also on the prompt below. This is only to inform you that the WAMPserver installation folder will be completely deleted and the database located in this folder will be destroyed.
Note: I do not have any application or relevant data running on it yet. So I do not need to backup. This might not be your case. Kindly backup the Wampserver folder up before performing the uninstall operation.
As you can see the uninstallation in progress
The Wampserver has been completed and <uninstalled (removed).
Via the Windows Setting
You can also use Windows Settings and then click on Apps, and then Apps and features
Click on Uninstall to uninstall it.
The remainder of the steps is similar to the steps above. Kindly follow the prompts to remove the Sampserver via the Windows Settings. Please see these related guides: 5 Easy Steps to Fix: Outlook continually prompts for passwords on Windows 10 and 11, and how to enable or fix the missing fast startup option on Windows 11.
I hope you found this blog post helpful on how to uninstall WAMPServer from Windows. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comment session.