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Git is a Distributed Version Control System (VCS) which is originally developed in 2005 by Linus Torvalds (Creator of Linux) and is open source, i.e. freely available to use. It is the most popular and most used version control tool right now. A staggering number of software projects rely on Git for version control, including commercial projects as well as open source. 

Chapter 1 How to install Git on Windows 10
Chapter 2 How to create a new Git Repository – git init Command
Chapter 3 How to stage changes in Git – git add Command
Chapter 4 How to unstage the changes in Git – git rm command
Chapter 5 How to commit changes in GIT – git commit command
Chapter 6 How to track commits in Git – git log command
Chapter 7 How to commit an empty folder in GIT – gitkeep
Chapter 8 How to ignore files in GIT – gitignore
Chapter 9 How to create a branch in GIT
Chapter 10 How to stash changes in GIT – git stash command
Chapter 11 How to push new local GIT Repository to GitLab

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