Not able to run Azure Storage Emulator locally?

Not able to run Azure Storage Emulator locally?
"azurite: The term 'azurite' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program."

When you have a new computer and you get this message, it’s usually because you’re missing an environment variable. But with Azurite, it’s not the environment variable you would expect.

You in fact need Node in order to run Azurite. So first check if you have Node on your computer by using:

node -v

If you don’t have it, then go to the Node website and install the latest version (you need at least version 8 to run Azurite).

Once you have that installed, go to the Environment Variables on your computer and add a new environment variable into your Path for npm.

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