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installing of python

(a) By default if you're using a user install, Python is installed to
(b) This list is text-only, so the screenshot didn't appear - I'm
therefore only guessing what your issue is here.
(c) Does the command py -V work? That should run Python and give the
version number.
(d) If you did a default install, Python is not added to your user
PATH so you need to use the "py" launcher as I showed in (c) above. If
you want Python adding to PATH, you need to specify that when
installing (or manually add it to your PATH afterwards).


On Mon, 17 Jun 2019 at 10:31, jaydip rajpara
<rajpara.jaydip1084 at gmail.com> wrote:
> this pic of my c drive after installing python 3.7.2. No python folder
> generated
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