Python Tutorial for Beginners 8 - Install PyCharm ( Python IDE ) on Windows 10 +  First Project

Python Tutorial for Beginners 8 – Install PyCharm ( Python IDE ) on Windows 10 + First Project

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In this video I will show How To Install PyCharm Python IDE on Windows 8 / Windows 10(Community Edition). Installing PyCharm is easy. you just need to download exe file and run the .exe by double clicking it. PyCharm IDE (Integrated development environment ) is created by Czech company JetBrains.PyCharm is used specifically for the Python language.PyCharm is cross-platform, with Windows, macOS and Linux versions.
Python code is written in .py files Or an interactive Python prompt (Python command line) Where do I write Python code?
We write Python code IDEs (Integrated development environment ) such as PyScripter, Wing IDE, PyCharm, Python IDLE, …
How do I run? Double-click .py, from command line, IDEs.

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hey guys welcome to the next video on Python tutorial for beginners till now we have been using Idol IDE in order to develop our Python code now the reason behind why I was showing to code in Python using Idol in the first few videos because I wanted that you get familiar first with Python interpreter so now whenever you want to test some functionality in Python you don't need to open any IDE or any editor you can just open your terminal and then test that functionality until you wanted to test something terminal or Python interpreter was okay but when you want to develop a big project using Python we need to use some kind of IDE IDE stands for integrated development environment in order to develop such kind of projects so in this video I'm going to show you how to install pycharm on your Windows 10 operating system which is the most popular IDE today used by developers to develop Python code so let's get started and let's see how we can install pycharm on our Windows 10 operating system so open your favorite browser and search for pycharm and the first link which will appear here will be from JetBrains comm /pi charm so jetbrains is the company behind this ide and this company which is JetBrains is famous for making very good ide s so JetBrains has also created some other ideas like Android studio IntelliJ IDEA web Strom and many other ideas which are popular between developers nowadays so we are going to just click on this link so now we are inside this JetBrains comm website and here you will be able to see this logo pycharm and you will be able to see this download button here so I'm going to click on this button which says download and then you will be redirected to this page which is for downloading PyCharm so here you can select your platform whether you are working on Windows or Mac or Linux and what we want to download is we want to download the community version of PyCharm this community version you can see is free and open source so you can download and install it with no cost if you want to download the professional version then you need to pay some money to JetBrains in order to use it and as soon as you click on download button this download of pycharm community version dot exe file will start so I will wait for this file to be downloaded so now this exe file is downloaded on my Windows operating system so I'm going to double click on this exe file and I'm going to minimize the browser and now you can see pycharm setup wizard has been started so here you just need to click Next and this is the location where pycharm will be installed on your system so it will be install inside your C directory then Program Files JetBrains and then there will be a directory created which will be called PyCharm Community Edition whatever version you have downloaded so I'm going to click Next now on this next video you will see two options one is to create a shortcut so we are going to choose this option which says 64-bit launcher now the second option here is create associations and I'm not going to check this checkbox because I don't want that on my computer every dot py file to be associated with the pycharm so I will leave this unchecked and the next option here is download and install that JRE x86 by JetBrains there is no harm in this so I'm going to check this checkbox and I'm going to click Next and now I'm going to click on the install button so this is going to start installing pycharm on my Windows 10 operating system so I need to wait for some time until installation is finished so now the installation of PyCharm community as asian is finished on my Windows 10 operating system and you can also see there is a PyCharm shortcut which is created on my desktop now I will check this checkbox which will start the pycharm IDE and I'm going to click finish which is going to launch the PyCharm IDE now for the first time when PyCharm starts it will ask you this question whether you want to import any settings from the previous installation of pycharm we don't have any previously installed PyCharm so we are going to just leave this as default which says do not import setting and then click OK and then you will see this license terms and conditions window if you agree with all these license terms and conditions then just click accept and one more window appears here which is for data sharing so I'm going to just say don't send and now you can see pycharm ide has been launched so for the first time it will ask you which UI theme you want to use you want to use the dark EULA which is the dark theme or the IntelliJ thing which is the light theme so I'm going to choose this light theme which is intelligent theme and then I'm going to just click on next and on this next window you will see some featured plugins so for now I'm not going to install any of the plug-in I'm going to just say start using pycharm which is going to start the pie charm so now pycharm ide has been started so let's create a new project here so I'm going to click on new project and now we need to give the title of this project and pycharm will ask you where you want to save this project so I'm going to just give the name to my project let's name our project as hello world and then I'm going to just click on create button which is going to create our Python project so now you can see pycharm ide has been started so you can see the first thing you will see here is tip of the day I'm going to just close this tip of the day and I'm going to maximize my IDE window and you can see our project is shown on the left-hand side so let's create a Python file and we are going to just run some code using this Python file so we need to just right-click on our project and then click on new and then choose a Python file from here and now we just need to give the name to our Python file for example hello without any extension so you don't need to provide any extension when you choose this option which says python file and now click OK and now you can see on the left-hand side that this file is created which is hello dot py this dot py extension is added by PyCharm for us and now on this editor for example let's print hello world once again so I'm going to just print the hello world you already know how to print hello world right and once you have written your code you just need to save your code by pressing ctrl s and now you can just right click on your file and choose this option which says run hello so I'm going to just click on this option which says run hello and you can see this output is printed on this run window so this is how you can install pycharm on your Windows 10 operating system I hope you've enjoyed this video and I'm going to see you in the next video

20 Replies to “Python Tutorial for Beginners 8 – Install PyCharm ( Python IDE ) on Windows 10 + First Project”

  1. saatwiik srivastava

    I m getting this error message…..
    Failed to load JVM DLL C:Program filesJetBrainsPyCharm Community Edition 2019.1.jre64\binserverjvm.dll
    If you already have a 64-bit JDK installed, define a JAVA_HOME variable in Computer>System Properties>System settings>Environment Variables
    Its not even starting…….
    So now I have installed Visual Studio Code, is it very different??

  2. Raphael Charles Pinon

    Good video. I was just unable to see the results of your test run. It was blocked by the recommended videos. I want to see the result because I want to know if my results are the same as yours. Thanks.

  3. shobika sekar

    Aftr installing pycharm it shows up a edit configuration box which shows that the interpreter option field is empty How to solve thz bro?

  4. Mark Sohin

    God bless you bro…. You made me realize my mistake of downloading proffesional PyCharm and solved my problem of Cries…….
    God bless you bro… 😇😇

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