A Virtual Environment or a “venv” is a Python module that creates a unique environment for each task or project. It installs the packages we need that are unique to that setting while keeping your projects neatly organized. Additionally, venv never actually modifies the system’s default Python versions or modules that are installed on the system. Using venv essentially allows for a unique working environment while avoiding any disruptions to other variants of Python that are used, but not related to our project.
In this video, we demonstrate how to set up a python virtual environment on Windows 10.
pip install virtualenv
pip install virtualenvwrapper-win
Video by: Justin Palmer
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