Recently, we found that the Python 3.7 has been quietly appeared on the Microsoft Store, which should be the first mainstream development language to be placed in the Microsoft Store, and is classified under the Developer Tools > Development Kit category. According to the description in the Microsoft store, the Python 3.7 developer of the Microsoft Store version is the Python Software Foundation.
According to the information, “The Microsoft Store package is a simple installation of Python that is suitable for running scripts and packages, and using IDLE or other development environments. It requires Windows 10, but can be safely installed without corrupting other programs. It also provides many convenient commands for launching Python and its tools.”
Python 3.7 was available in the Microsoft Store in December 2018, with an application size of 91.55MB. After the installation is complete, you can see that the Microsoft Store version of Python 3.7 is basically the same as the Python 3.7 installed by the executable, both with the command line version and the Python Shell version.
You can get Python 3.7 here.