You can follow the below-given steps to install Flutter in your system.
Extract the zip file and place the contained flutter in the desired installation location for the Flutter SDK (for example, C:\src\flutter; do not install Flutter in a directory like C:\Program Files\ that requires elevated privileges).
If you wish to run Flutter commands in the regular Windows console, then you need to add the path in your system environment.
To check flutter is installed or not. Run the below command in your command prompt.
You will get the below output in your prompt.
Manage your Flutter app development.
flutter create <output directory>
Create a new Flutter project in the specified directory.
flutter run [options]
Run your Flutter application on an attached device or in an emulator.
Usage: flutter <command> [arguments]
-h, --help Print this usage information.
-v, --verbose Noisy logging, including all shell commands executed.
If used with --help, shows hidden options.
-d, --device-id Target device id or name (prefixes allowed).
--version Reports the version of this tool.
--suppress-analytics Suppress analytics reporting when this command runs.
--packages Path to your ".packages" file.
(required, since the current directory does not contain a ".packages" file)
analyze Analyze the project's Dart code.
assemble Assemble and build flutter resources.
attach Attach to a running application.
bash-completion Output command line shell completion setup scripts.
build Flutter build commands.
channel List or switch flutter channels.
clean Delete the build/ and .dart_tool/ directories.
config Configure Flutter settings.
create Create a new Flutter project.
devices List all connected devices.
doctor Show information about the installed tooling.
downgrade Downgrade Flutter to the last active version for the current channel.
drive Runs Flutter Driver tests for the current project.
emulators List, launch and create emulators.
format Format one or more dart files.
generate run code generators.
install Install a Flutter app on an attached device.
logs Show log output for running Flutter apps.
make-host-app-editable Moves host apps from generated directories to non-generated directories so that they can be
edited by developers.
precache Populates the Flutter tool's cache of binary artifacts.
pub Commands for managing Flutter packages.
run Run your Flutter app on an attached device.
screenshot Take a screenshot from a connected device.
symbolize Symbolize a stack trace from an AOT compiled flutter application.
test Run Flutter unit tests for the current project.
upgrade Upgrade your copy of Flutter.
version List or switch flutter versions.
Run "flutter help <command>" for more information about a command.
Run "flutter help -v" for verbose help output, including less commonly used options.
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