As the title says I can't install Python 3.8 on Windows 10.
But the problem persists. What can I do now?
Log file: https://pastebin.com/wQizN9Nc
EDIT: I thought I had solved this because I could install Python, but now I get this error: https://imgur.com/Q2JtPg2
Both python and script folder are added to the Path, python --version on cmd returns correctly 3.8.0 but I can't open Python.exe (IDLE)
Here's the solution that worked for me.
AFTER all the operations in the OT, I've run Python 3.8 NORMAL installer and chose not to install py launcher, this made Python successfully install.
After this step, I have added Python and Python/Script folders to my PATH and in cmd, python --version showed the correct version installed.
THEN I got the last problem (the imgurl one), when trying to see pip version and install pip using python from command line. I fixed this last problem by opening again the Python installer and perform an installation repair. After this, I made sure I could use python and pip commands and that's it.
I didn't launch anything as administrator nor performed any reboot while doing these last operations.
The simplest solution for me was to uninstall Python3.x then re-install.
Make sure to check the box for "Add Python 3.x to Path" and then change the path installation path in "Customize Installation" in the installer.
I installed mine at C:/Python3. I also checked the box for "Install for all users" because that is what I wanted.
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