Installing Rasa: Windows


In this video, Rachael will walk you through installing Rasa Open Source on Windows 10.

To get started, you'll need to make sure that C++ is installed. The full guide for this can be found here.

Next, you'll want to have anaconda. You can download this from here and you can find a full anaconda install guide here.

Once these tools are installed you can install Rasa Open Source with the following commands:

conda create --name NAME python==3.8
conda activate NAME

python -m pip uninstall pip
python -m ensurepip
python -m pip install -U pip
pip install rasa

You should now be able to confirm that Rasa is installed.

rasa -h
rasa init

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