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Installing Python: Summary & Recap

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This video lesson is a recap of the course. You have learned how to download and install Python:

  • On Windows through
  • On Windows 10 through the Microsoft Store
  • On macOS
  • In different versions of Ubuntu
  • IDE such as Idle separately

Anonymous on May 18, 2019


Raptor on June 22, 2019

I FiNNished ThE COursE

Jean Ferreira on Aug. 30, 2019


danny vw on Nov. 28, 2019

Is there a particular reason why IDLE is chosen (cross-platform, simplicity, …)?

pruderchose on Jan. 18, 2020

I knew it from courser.a

tanda on April 16, 2020

It would be nice to have a section on Pythonista for iOS.

AYG on May 4, 2020

Darren…Thank you, Great support.

Michael Lobb on May 26, 2020

Any chance you could do the same with Anaconda, including their version of venv?

jefferydalton on Aug. 23, 2020

possible to install from Windows 10 store. I just did it since I only had Python 2 installed on Win machine. Actually I ran python3 from Win10 command line and it launched Windows 10 store with Python3 already selected.

Santosh on Sept. 4, 2020

Though very similar to what you’ve walked through, as an extension of the Windows videos, it would be good to show how to install/upgrade Python if using the Windows Subsystem for Linux:

Ricky White RP Team on Sept. 6, 2020

If you’re using WSL, the install instructions are the same as the Linux sections of this course. WSL is just Linux. No different for installing Python.

Santosh on Sept. 7, 2020

Yep, understood. Suggested this as a mention in the Windows videos that that option exists.

Dan Bader RP Team on Sept. 8, 2020

Thanks Santosh, I’ve added a note to the first lesson in the course to point WSL folks in the right direction :)

Santosh on Sept. 8, 2020

Love it!

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