Fix: Microsoft Visual C++ 14.0 or greater is required in Python

Are you facing the “Microsoft Visual C++ 14.0 or greater is required” error despite installing the necessary SDK? In this tutorial video, we will provide a quick solution to resolve this issue in Python.

The first step to resolve this issue is by installing CMake. Simply open Anaconda and install CMake using the command “pip install cmake.” However, if this does not resolve the issue, here is another fix.

Open the Visual Studio Installer and install all the packages from “Desktop Development with C++.” The installation of these packages will take time depending on your internet speed. After this installation is completed, restart your PC. This should resolve the Microsoft Visual C++ 14.0 issue.

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