Python can run on almost any platform, as we are familiar with: Windows/unix/linux/macintosh.
Here we talk about installing Python in the Windows operating system.
My operating system is: Windows 7, 32-bit
When we install Python, we can install it from the source, and we can install it with a compiled and packaged binary version, which I chose.
Steps to download the installation package We downloaded the Python installation package from the Python official website: http://www.python.org
Here I choose: python-3.3.2.msi
Click to download get get: Python-3.3.2.msi installation package. The installation package size: 19.3 MB
Step two install download get: Python-3.3.2.msi installation package, we double-click Python-3.3.2.msi can do installation operation
The directory I installed is: e:python33
Click Next to install and the installation process takes a few minutes
Click Finish to finish installing.
Step three path setup Normally, we can use it directly after we've installed Python. You can enter Python at the command line to see if you can enter Python's interactive mode.
If you are not able to enter, it is possible that the environment variable problem, need to make some adjustments.
Add a directory of Python in the path to Windows:
Command prompt: Similar to environment variable path%path%; C:python, carriage return;
Alternatively, you can set up environment variables under the graphical interface, computer-> Properties-> advanced system Settings-> advanced-> environment variables
installation directory files after the four-step effect Installation:
By this, the Python installation was successful.