Can't find "Preferences" in PC version of PyCharm

I am new to the Python program, and I am using a YouTube video, showing me how to download the program.  The instructor requests that I download PyCharm, which I did.  The problem, however, is that he uses a Mac version of the program, while I am using a PC version of the program.  The Apple menu shows a menu called "Preferences" option, which I don't see anywhere on any of the menus I have available on my PC.  Once there, the teacher requests that I change several settings, none of which do I see, since I don't see "Preferences".  These settings seem critical, and I am wondering if they exist elsewhere, in a more obscure menu I am not noticing.  

I have an attachment that shows the two environments: the Apple view from a screenshot in the video, and the PC view shows the menu items I have available on my desktop.  Hope this is a simple fix.  Thank you, ~ Peter Ferber
Windows program does not reveal "Preferences".
PeterFrbWeb development, Java scripting, Python TrainingAsked:
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Andrew LeniartFreelance JournalistCommented:
The settings will be there.

Check under the Tools menu - look for something like Options or Preferences - If not there, check under the File, Edit, and finally, the Help menus.

I've not used the software, but that's where you'll usually find configuration options on Windows software.

Hope that's helpful.

Regards, Andrew

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PeterFrbWeb development, Java scripting, Python TrainingAuthor Commented:
Got it, and thanks!  I went back with fresh eyes, and it was in "File, Settings".  Thanks much.
Andrew LeniartFreelance JournalistCommented:
Good to hear Peter. Please don't forget to close your question.

Regards, Andrew
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