This the way I have done it, which was pretty simple. First, I have already installed Python 3.5.1 via the installer which is downloadable from http://www.python.org. This installs the core Python 3.5.1 at the following location:
There is an option to add Python to the Windows PATH and a second option to install the launcher tools for all users, both of which I have selected.
Installing Python this way has installed the
pip tool, which is used for managing and installing Python packages. The first thing I did was update pip to the latest version using the following command. (There appears to be some discussion about issues related to this action. See this.)
python -m pip install --upgrade pip
pip install ipython
pip install pyreadline
And that’s it.