I recently got myself to start using Python on Windows, whereas till very recently I had been working on Python only from Ubuntu.
I am sure I am late in realizing this, but installing Tensorflow was just so easy!
If you’ve tried installing Tensorflow for Windows when it was first introduced, and gave up back then – try again. The method I’d recommend would be using Anaconda Navigator from where you first open a terminal (figure below). You may notice that I already have a tensorflow environment set up, since I am writing this post after installation.
Once you have terminal open, create a conda environment named tensorflow by invoking the following command, with your python version:
C:> conda create -n tensorflow python=3.6
That’s all! You should now have tensorflow ready to use.
For more details, you could always go here. Otherwise, the screenshot below gives a sense of what it takes.