Hello, everyone. In this video clip, I am going to explain how to install Anaconda. Anaconda is a kind of container with many tools inside. Python is just one of them. So, the title of this video clip is installing Python, but actually, we are installing Anaconda. That is why we are installing Python with Anaconda distribution. But before installing Anaconda, we need to check three things. The first one is whether you are computer has activated virtualization. In order to check whether it is enabled or not. We need to press three buttons together, "Ctrl+ Alt+Del." Press, three keys together. Then, a window pops up, that is "Task Manager." In "Task Manager", there are many tabs, but you need to choose the second tab. That is "Performance." Then you will see this window. And here, "Virtualization" item is here. And as I marked here, it is "Enabled". I'm using a notebook computer in order to show this process. If you are using a notebook computer or a desktop computer, it is based on a "Windows" operating system, then usually virtualization is enabled. So, actually, you are just checking whether it is enabled or not, that's it. If it is not enabled. In that case, somehow, you need to turn virtualization on. You can probably Google it. So, you can easily make a change, but usually, it is automatically turned on. Second checking point is your operating system type. Here, 64-bits computer I'm using it. And also, I am using Windows 10. So, this content is based on Windows operating system. If you are using other operating systems, like a MacBook OS; In that case, you need to find a way to install Anaconda on MacBook. I'm just introducing installing Anaconda based on a Windows system. In order to check your Windows system, open "Control Panel." Then, click "System and Security," and then choose "System". Then your path will look like this, "Control panel\system and security\," and finally "System". Then in the middle, you can find out the "System type". It shows "64-bit" computer you are using. Why are you checking this? Because when you make a choice for installing Anaconda, you need to find out whether you are going to download 32-bit Python or 64-bit Python. If your computer is a 64-bit operating system, then you need to download Python of 64-bit. So, finally, what you need to check is the "Username". In order to check the "Username", open again, "Control panel". Then make a choice, "Users accounts." Then another "User account". Then you will see this one here. The path is here: "Control Panel\User Account\User Account," and then finally you will see this "Username". Currently, the "Username" of my computer is "CELT," the institution providing, educational services for KAIST. That is the "CELT". So, right now, the username is "CELT." Then it is fine. Because if it is Korean,sometimes it could cause a problem. So, that's why, if you are using a "Windows" system in different languages except for English, then you need to make sure that the username is written in English. If it is written in Korean, then you need to change it into any English word. That's it! All you need to do is simply to use an English "Username". Then three things are \checked. "Username", your "System Type," and then, whether Virtualization" is turned on. I am going to briefly review the Anaconda installation process. Then, in the following video clip, I will show you all the process of installing Anaconda distribution. First, you need to go to the Anaconda home page. This is the website URL I visited yesterday. So this is current repeated time. So, this is current web page. As time passes, companies may change their homepage. In that case, it can look different, but anyway, you need to find out a place to find the installation file. So, at this time, go to "Products." Here's "Product" tab. Click it, and then you will see a dropdown menu. In the dropdown menu, choose "Individual edition". Then you will see what? This one! So, on top of the page, you will see this one, "Product". Then here's the "Download" mark. So, you click the "Download" button. Then the screen scrolls down to here. Then at the bottom, you will see this "Anaconda installers" block in the home page. Then on the left side, you will see "Windows icon," and here's currently Anaconda is coming with Python 3.8 and you are choosing "64-bit Graphical installer". So, you click this button, then downloading will be started. Now, after downloading "Anaconda.exe" file, "Anaconda.exe" file, you click it. Then you will see this first window. And you simply follow You simply follow without changing. So, click "Next," if there's something asking, simply choose "I Agree" and then "Just me." It is for "Just me." Okay. Simply follow. And then it will ask the file path. Then use given file path because it is under your "Username", the Anaconda will be installed. And here is showing your available "Memory space". But currently, enough memory space is existing. So, simply go ahead. . So, click "Next," then
the install will start. Don't change anything on screen; .simply "Install." And then keep going on. Then finally, you will see this final screen. So, after if it is marked "here," unclick them, unclick them because it is just a learning process, but you are going to study the Anaconda use with me. So, I'm going to explain how to use Anaconda also. So just after unclicking the tick box press "finish". That is the end of the installing process. And the review question before closing this video clip. Did we install PyCharm? Actually, in the previous slide I should have explained this process, but I skipped it. But if you looked at the screen carefully, probably you have seen this Pycharm screen. So in the middle of the installation process of the Anaconda, it asks us, “are you going to install Pycharm?” But, you don't need to install Pycharm because later you can do it. But, and also, we are not using Pycharm.. We are using "Jupyter lab," which is easier to use than PyCharm, especially for beginners.So, did we install PyCharm? No, that is the answer. And this is the end of this video clip. But In the following video clip, I'm going to show you the full installation process. Now, I will show you how to install Anaconda. So first, choose any web browser. I chose "Microsoft Edge" and then type in the address bar "anaconda.com." Then, you will see the homepage of Anaconda. As I explained in the previous video clip, here's "Product". If you put your mouse on "Products", you will see this dropdown menu. Choose "Individual edition". Then as I already explained, you will see this screen and click "Download." Then the screen rolls down. Here is "Windows". I am choosing Anaconda for the "Windows" operating system. The version of Python that will come with Anaconda is Python 3.8. Here okay. And I already checked, my computer is a 64-bit computer. That's why I'm going to download a 64-bit graphical installer. So, click it. Then downloading process going on. And "Save as" then if you click "Save as" and save, then it will save Anaconda. It takes a little bit of time, but just within less than a minute, it will be downloaded. So, downloading is complete. Now I close the web browser and let me go to the "File Explorer." In the "File Explorer," probably I downloaded it in "Downloads." Yes! In the morning, I already tried to download it. So, here there are two files. But, let me choose Anaconda this one. So, by clicking the execution file, now, a window pops up, right? Then you click "Next." Then, are you agree? Yes. "I Agree." Simply click "I Agree." “Installed for: Just Me or All users”? Because you are installing this on your computer, so "Just Me" as it is recommended. As I said before, default destination path is appearing here. And as I said before, the username is "CELT". So, don't use a local language; Use an English username. On that username directory, Anaconda 3 will be installed. So, click next. Then it asks… simply without changing anything, click "Install." Then it takes a few minutes. So, wait until it is done. Now, the installation is completed. So, if it is completed here, a word appears here, "Completed." Then you click "Next". Then, it asks us, working with Python and Jupyter notebooks is a breeze with "PyCharm Pro". So, this is what I already explained in the video clip. So, it is advertising "PyCharm Pro." But, we are not using "PyCharm Pro". So, simply click "Next". Then it is done. And unclick the two tick boxes and then finish. Now, the installation process is done. Your base environment for coding is done.