Aravisian is correct!
But I seriously caution you messing around with your Python libraries. Users who have messed around with that in the past, and installed another Python version, bricked their OS's. And I wouldn't be doing my do diligence, if I didn't admit, that I have made this mistake as well, and yes, I bricked my OS.
Hopefully, what you have done thus far, hasn't damaged your OS, and after a restart, everything is still fine as it was before. But you have been warned. Just do a forum search for installed Python, you will find other threads where people bricked their OS messing about their Python versions.
And you will most likely fine a previous post that I made in response to theirs, telling them, no no, don't be doing that. lol
Alright Frog, hippidy hoppody, jippidy jumpidy, happy frog, hops along the screen.