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Python Tutorial for Beginners


The Best Tips for Learning Python

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How to Install Python on Windows?

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Top 10 Python IDEs in 2022: Choosing The Best One

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A Beginner’s Guide To Python Variables

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Understanding Python If-Else Statement

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Python Numbers: Integers, Floats, Complex Numbers

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Python Strings | Simplilearn Python Tutorial

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The Basics of Python Loops

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Python For Loops Explained With Examples

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Introduction to Python While Loop

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Everything You Need to Know About Python Arrays

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All You Need To Know About Python List

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How to Easily Implement Python Sets and Dictionaries

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A Handy Guide to Python Tuples

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Everything You Need to Know About Python Slicing

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Python Regular Expression (RegEX)

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Learn A to Z About Python Functions

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Objects and Classes in Python: Create, Modify and Delete

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Python OOPs Concept: Here's What You Need to Know

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An Introduction to Python Threading

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Getting Started With Jupyter Network

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PyCharm Tutorial: Getting Started with PyCharm

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The Best NumPy Tutorial for Beginners

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The Best Python Pandas Tutorial

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An Introduction to Matplotlib for Beginners

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The Best Guide to Time Series Analysis In Python

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An Introduction to Scikit-Learn: Machine Learning in Python

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A Beginner's Guide To Web Scraping With Python

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Python Django Tutorial: The Best Guide on Django Framework

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Top 10 Reason Why You Should Learn Python

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10 Cool Python Project Ideas For Beginners in 2021

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The Best Ideas for Python Automation Projects

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12 Tips On How To Become a Python Developer

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The Best Guide for RPA Using Python

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Comprehending Web Development With PHP vs. Python

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The Best Tips for Learning Python - REMOVE

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The Best Way to Learn About Box and Whisker Plot

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An Interesting Guide to Visualizing Data Using Python Seaborn

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The Complete Guide to Data Visualization in Python

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Everything You Need to Know About Game Designing With Pygame in Python

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The Complete Simplified Guide to Python Bokeh

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Top 150 Python Interview Questions and Answers for 2022

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The Supreme Guide to Understand the Workings of CPython

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How to Install Python on Windows?

Python has become one of the most popular programming languages of the 21st century. It is being used for multiple purposes in various sectors of business. Developers use Python for building applications and developing websites. Data Engineers use Python for performing data analysis, statistical analysis, and building machine learning models.

By default, Python is usually not installed on Windows. However, you can check if it exists on the system by running one line of command on the command prompt: python--version

To download Python, you need to visit www.python.org, which is the official Python website.


Click on the Downloads tab and then select the Windows option. 


This will take you to the page where the different Python releases for Windows can be found. Since I am using a 64bit system, I’ll select “Windows x86-64 executable installer”.

stable releases

Once the executable file download is complete, you can open it to install Python.


Click on Run, which will start the installation process.

installation process

If you want to save the installation file in a different location, click on Customize installation; otherwise, continue with Install Now. Also, select the checkbox at the bottom to Add Python 3.7 to PATH.


Once the installation is complete, the below pop-up box will appear: Setup was successful.


Now that the installation is complete, you need to verify that everything is working fine.

Go to Start and search for Python.


You can see Python 3.7 (64-bit) and IDLE. Let’s open IDLE, which is the short form for Integrated Development Environment, and run a simple print statement.


As you can see, we have successfully printed “Hello World” in Python Shell. Using the Python Shell, you can write one line of code and execute it by pressing Enter.

Python also has a command-line interpreter that works similarly to Python IDLE. Let’s print “Hello world” in the command-line.


Python’s command-line interpreter and IDLE are suitable for any beginner to start with. However, to work in a developer environment and build large scale projects, you should use other popular IDEs and code editors, such as PyCharm, Atom, and Sublime Text. You can also try out the Anaconda Distribution of Python, which has Jupyter Notebook and Spyder.

I hope this was helpful, and you were successfully able to download and install Python on Windows. To get more in-depth training, sign up for Simplilearn’s Data Science with Python Training Course today!

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Avijeet is a Senior Research Analyst at Simplilearn. Passionate about Data Analytics, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning, Avijeet is also interested in politics, cricket, and football.

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