Python’s popularity has been nothing short of amazing, as it has become popular for server administration, building web applications, and a language of choice for data scientists.
Running Python on Windows was always an, until just recently. Python 3.7 is now available from the Windows Store, and you will be automatically brought to the store page when you attempt to run python from the command-line when it isn’t installed.
The Windows Store release of Python may have some features that are not stable. However, this is certainly an excellent addition to the Windows Store and for anyone needing Python on Windows 10.
Installing Python from Command Prompt
- Open a new Command Prompt window.
- Run the python command
- A new Windows Store window will open to the Python 3.7 page.
- Click on the Get button
- Then click on the Install button
Installing Python from the Windows Store
Alternatively, you can just open Windows Store and search for Python 3.7.