GitHub: a client Windows now available

GitHub on Windows developers finally have a client for their operating system.

Founded in 2008 by Tom Preston-Werner, Chris Wanstrath, PJ Hyett, GitHub has become one of the most important platforms for hosting source code to the world. Based on the famous code Git Manager developed by Linus Torvalds himself, GitHub proposes to centralize the source code for a project to one or more persons, with the possibility to share it or not with all of the users of the service.

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Even yesterday, only Linux and Mac environments had a heavy client code between local and remote file management. Now, GitHub provides a client for Windows from XP to 8. Like its counterparts, it is possible to follow the history of "commit" codes, find and recover a development branch, or to create and publish its own branch as well as the delete or merge it with another already available branch.

Finally, this new application for Windows will automatically update without intervention on the part of the user, as the most popular Internet browsers. GitHub for Windows also supports GitHub business accounts with provision of a direct button called "Clone in Windows" for rapid synchronization of a project.

> Download Github for Windows


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