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Windows Installation

Windows Installation Python 2.7

You can download the Win32 installer by clicking on the following link:

Set Windows Environment Variables

Computer --> Properties --> Advanced settings --> Environment Variables. 

Add the following Path:


Windows Installation PIP package manager

Install Pip by executing you can get the file here:

Execute the following command:

Python Library Description Installed Installer Type URL
PIL Python Image Library Yes Package Manager
SciPy Python-based ecosystem of open-source software for mathematics, science, and engineering. Yes Package Manager
PyWin32 Python Extensions for Windows Yes Windows Installer
PySerial Serial access for Python Yes Windows Installer
wxPython GUI Toolkit for Python Yes Windows Installer
matplotlib 2D plotting library for Python Yes Windows Installer
pyo dedicated Python module for digital signal processing Yes Windows Installer
Opencv2 Open Source Computer Vision is a library of programming functions mainly aimed at real-time computer vision Yes Windows Installer
PyQt Python binding of the cross-platform GUI toolkit Qt Yes Windows Installer
PyQtGraph Scientific Graphics and GUI Library for Python Yes Windows Installer
PyGame Yes
Expyrment Yes
Pyparse Yes
AVbin Codec Yes Windows Installer
Pyglet a cross-platform windowing and multimedia library for Python. Yes Manual install
FreeType Library to Render Fonts Yes File:Freetype


c:\pip install SciPy

Default Folder Location packages

The librarys is installed on the following windows path:


Windows Installation Setup-Tools (easy_install)

Execute the command within CMD:

pip install -U setuptools

Windows Handlers

Check the Handlers by opening the Windows registry editor.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
@="\"C:\\Python27\\python.exe\" \"%1\" %*"
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
@="\"C:\\Python27\\python.exe\" \"%1\" %*"
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
@="\"C:\\Python27\\python.exe\" \"%1\" %*"
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
@="\"C:\\Python27\\python.exe\" \"%1\" %*"

Execute Python

Execute the following script within the commandline:

python a.

You will see the following result:

number of argument:  2
 argv[0]: ./
 argv[1]: a