Installing Anaconda and PyCharm on Windows

Download Miniconda from here.

Download PyCharm Python IDE from here. There is a community version now which is free.

Well, install both software now!  Nothing special to take note of, just check every box out there.

Now let’s set up Miniconda first. Follow the steps detailed in my previous post as the steps are applicable.

Now configure PyCharm’s default project interpreter.

Done!

Now in command line, activate by typing “activate env”

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Author: Zac

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