How to install Jenkins on windows system


  • Jenkins is an open source continuous integration tool written in Java.
  • Jenkins provides continuous integration and continuous deploy for software development.
  • We can integrate Jenkins with the number of technologies.
  • It is a server-based system running in a servlet container such as apache tomcat.
  • By default, it is run on 8080 port.


  • Install Jenkins in two ways the first one is downloading the generic java package war file and extract into your desired location.
Jenkins home
  • Open the command prompt, From the command prompt, browse to the directory where the Jenkins.war file is present. run the following command java -jar Jenkins.war
  • You can change the port instead of 8080 to follow the command java -jar Jenkins.war --httpPort=8081
  • The second method is to download the .msi file from
Jenkins Download
  • install the Jenkins.msi file after successful installation Jenkins by default run on 8080 port.
  • Next, you need to install the plugins. after installation, it will ask suggested plugins or selected plug-ins based your criteria you installed it.


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