Have you ever had to install a Python packet on Linux? Nothing simpler thanks to pip, the Python packet manager easy to use.

But what about Windows, is it really the same? I don’t know your opinion but personally everytime I had to struggle a little bit, for this reason in this short article we are going to see how to install Python packets in Windows.

I’m considering that you have already installed Python in your system and linked it to the enviromental variables. If you haven’t, follow this guide.

The Solution

As usual, let’s start showing the solution:

Unlike what happens in Linux where you can use pip as a command, on Windows, once a prompt is open, it is necessary to use the following instruction:

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It is usefull to remember that if you want to update your packet manager, the command to be executed is:

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