pythonista for windows?
Pythonista is awesome. It blows away any other ide for ANY language I've used... But when I'm only carrying around a laptop I'm stuck with notepad++ and hate going to the command prompt to test scripts, is there anything like Pythonista for windows?... Or better yet Pythonista for windows?
Notepad++ is suboptimal. Check out other options https://wiki.python.org/moin/IntegratedDevelopmentEnvironments
UPDATE: After checking them both out on the Mac, my recommendation is that you install the free PyCharm Community Edition and forget about Komodo.
For IDE try spyder; for "everything" try pythonxy
For "everything", I use anaconda for windows, it's free and has a lot of packages, and seems to be updated much more frequently than pythonXY (which I use to use). I still use spyder, though. It's about the best I've seen for an IDE for python, very MatLab like.
Definitely anaconda for Windows. It includes everything you would like and is completely free and totally awesome. It comes with Spyder if you want a traditional programming environment IDE, but really these days for calculating or computing or general Python experimenting you should be using the iPython Notebook interface.
Also take a look at the examples at:
to see some of the kinds of computation you can perform using the full SciPy environment using the Notebook system. These days Python as a language is as nothing compared to the power of the whole tool stack traditionally associated with SciPy plus things like SQL Alchemy to get at databases, etc., all of which comes with anaconda.
I like PyScripter on Windows.