This is an article for me that I want to use Python on Windows but don't put in extra things. Perhaps the installer will not change that.
Download Python for Windows from the official. https://www.python.org/downloads/windows/
I wanted a 64-bit version of Python 3.7, so I downloaded the following.
Note that Python 3.7.6 cannot be used on Windows XP or earlier. ・ Download Windows x86-64 embeddable zip file
I have an operation that installs the application in
% USERPROFILE% \ bin, so I expanded it to
% USERPROFILE% \ bin \ python3.
Add the expanded Python expansion path to the PATH environment variable.
In the case of Windows 10, the Microsoft Store may start with the python command, so
The Python path must be set before
% USERPROFILE% \ AppData \ Local \ Microsoft \ WindowsApps.
It seems that you can easily insert pip using the installer version, but the ZIP version does not include pip. The official documentation describes how to install it. https://pip.pypa.io/en/stable/installing/ It seems that you can download and run https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py.
Add the pip path to the environment variable PATH.
[Python expansion path]\Scripts
If it is left as it is, pip will not start properly, so edit
[python expansion path] \ python37._pth to enable the line of ʻimport site`.
python37.zip . # Uncomment to run site.main() automatically - #import site + import site
I installed Python and pip because I wanted to use the vim plugin, so I ran the following command to check the operation.
pip install pynvim