QuickCode for ONS is designed to run on Windows 7. There's no specific reason it shouldn't run on later versions of Windows, or even other operating systems, but it was created for that version of Windows.
The easiest way of getting Python on Windows is to install Anaconda.
Download the Python 2.7 installer for your OS: if not sure, try the 32-bit version.
The default options should work well.
From the Windows command line type:
pip install databaker
This will install databaker and all its prerequisites that aren't installed with Anaconda.
If you have
databaker installed already and want to upgrade to the
latest version, then from the Windows command line type:
pip install --upgrade databaker
This is done from a virtual environment into which you checkout all the current dependencies.
virtualenv -p /usr/bin/python2.7 databakervenv cd databakervenv source bin/activate pip install setuptools --upgrade pip install -e git+git://github.com/scraperwiki/databaker.git@master#egg=databaker bake --> [should give you a brief help prompt showing it works]