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Problem :

I am very new to Jupyter. I have already installed the Jupyter on my PC.

My Configuration is as follows: Windows 10, python 3.x

I used below command to install Jupyter.

$ pip install jupyter

The installation process completed without any issues.

But when I try to execute using below command

$ jupyter notebook

Then I encounter below error

“'jupyter' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.”

How to fix above error?

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Solution :

I had faced the same error recently but I got Jupyter notebook running in my Windows 10 PC by using Cygwin.

In Cygwin you need to install your desired Python version.

Then you can run below command to just install your jupyter notebook:

python -m pip install jupyter

If your above command fails then also no need to worry the solution is too simple you just need to look at your build failure for whatever your missing package or library.

After that close Cygwin and re-open your installer go to your package list screen select show "full" for all and just search for a desired name suppose it is zmq and then just install those missing libraries and simply re-try the above command.

Once you have installed everything then you need to just run in the Cygwin goto your folder it should be the "root" for your notebook ui tree and then type below command:

jupyter notebook
This will start up your notebook and then you can work with it.
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100% working solution:
 
It is because of "Environment Variables"

Follow these steps:

Open the folder where you downloaded "python-3.8.2-amd64.exe" setup or any other version of python package

Double click on "python-3.8.2-amd64.exe'

Click "Modify"

You will see "Optional features"

Click "next"

Select "Add python to environment variables"

Click "install"

Then u can run jupyter in any desired folder u desire

E.g open "cmd" command prompt

Type :

E:

E:>jupyter notebook

It will get started without showing

'Jupyter' is not recognized

Thanks
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Thanks Irfan khursheed for your answer was very helpful
it worked! thanks dude.
Thanxx a lot bro . I was trying from the last one day . After seeing your ans I come out of trouble

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