How to Install Jupyter Notebook on Windows 11

Last update: 06-09-2024

How to Install Jupyter Notebook on Windows 11

In this tutorial, we will walk you through the process of installing Jupyter Notebook on Windows 11. Jupyter Notebook is a powerful tool for data analysis, visualization, and interactive computing. Follow these simple steps to get it up and running on your machine.

Step 1: Download and Install Python

  1. Go to the Python official website.
  2. Download the Python installler by hovering over the "Downloads" menu and choosing "Windows."
  3. Choose the latest Python installation file and download it.

Python Downloads

Step 2: Install Python

  1. Run the downloaded installation file.
  2. During the installation process, make sure to check the box that says "Add Python to PATH." This is crucial for the proper functioning of Python and related tools.
  3. Click "Install Now."

Step 3: Set Up Your Workspace

  1. Create a new folder that you will use as your workspace. You can name it something like JupyterWorkspace.
  2. Open the new folder.

Step 4: Open Windows Terminal in Your Workspace

  1. Inside your workspace folder, right-click and choose "Open in Terminal."
    • If you don't see this option, try holding the Shift key while right-clicking.

Step 5: Verify Python Installation

    1. In the Windows Terminal, type the following command and press Enter:
python --version
  1. You should see the version of Python you just installed.

Step 6: Install Jupyter Notebook

    1. In the terminal, run the following command to install Jupyter Notebook:
pip install jupyter
  1. Wait for the installation to complete. This might take a few minutes.

Step 7: Launch Jupyter Notebook

    1. Once the installation is complete, you can start Jupyter Notebook by running the following command in the terminal:
jupyter notebook
  1. This will open Jupyter Notebook in your default web browser.

Step 8: Create a New Jupyter Notebook

  1. In the Jupyter Notebook interface, click on "New" in the top right corner.
  2. Select "Python 3 (ipykernel)" from the dropdown menu.

With these steps, you should have a fully functional Jupyter Notebook environment set up on your Windows 11 machine. Happy coding!


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