If you are using the latest version of Pandas, you will have pip already installed on your system. Therefore you need not follow from step 1 to 5. For users who don’t have the latest version of Python (3.7.3), they should upgrade it.
First head over to https://www.python.org and click on Downloads on the Navigation bar as highlighted on the image below:
Be sure to download the latest version of the Python. Version 3.7.3, in this case.
On running the downloaded installer, you will get this window. Click on ‘Install Now’.
After finishing the installation, it is recommended to choose the option to disable path length to avoid any problems with your Python installation.
Now that Python is installed, you should head over to our terminal or command prompt from where you can install Pandas. So go to your search bar on your desktop and search for cmd. An application called Command prompt should show up. Click to start it.
Type in the command “pip install manager”. Pip is a package install manager for Python and it is installed alongside the new Python distributions.
Wait for the downloads to be over and once it is done you will be able to run Pandas inside your Python programs on Windows.