An easy tutorial on how to use the Git Bash terminal in Windows. Git Bash emulates the Unix bash shell, providing a command-line experience.

This step-by-step guide covers the basic and some advanced Git functions. Learn how to use Git effectively and set up a project with ease.

A guide explaining how Git works and showcasing its most important functions. Learn why Git is indispensable and how to use it effectively.

Learn what Git upstream branches are, what an upstream branch is used for, and how to use set upstream branch in Git.

This tutorial shows four different ways for squashing commits in Git - using git rebase, merge, reset, and the pull request option.

Learn how to switch Branches in Git with a simple command. Use this tutorial change to another Git branch in no time.

Learn how to checkout a git tag in detached head state and how to connect to a branch to track the changes in this easy to follow tutorial.

Git commands listed in a one-page reference cheat sheet. Download the Git Commands Cheat Sheet with all the important commonly used commands.

This tutorial helps you create a new Git branch. Use Git to develop and test optional features before integrating them.

Git fetch command is a safe way to retrieve contents from a remote. Follow our tutorial to learn how to use the git fetch command.