We get a lot of these inquiries. Yes, you can generally assume that Python will be available for the current versions of Linux, Windows and MacOS because the developers generally use those platforms for development work. It is certainly fine on Windows 10, so you should have no problems. You might find https://www.londonappdeveloper.com/setting-up-your-windows-10-system-for-pyt... helpful in setting up your environment.
I have forwarded this query to the developers list, as I noticed that the Windows releases page (https://www.python.org/downloads/windows/) tells the reader a lot about what's available for Windows but doesn't mention which versions of Windows are supported. I won't guarantee the developers will have time to reply, but at least they know that this would be useful information.
Thanks for your interest in Python. Clicking the links for the latest downloads on the home page of python.org is the traditional way to get started. Good luck!
On Sat, Mar 12, 2016 at 2:34 PM, Sumit Mandal email@example.com wrote:
I wanted to know if python runs on windows 10 or not and if it does how can I install it and get it running?
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