Introduction of Git
Git is a popular version control system. It was made by Linus Torvalds in 2005, since, then it has been maintained by Junio Hamano. It is a free and open-source version control system that may be used to properly handle small to big projects. Git is a change control system that allows multiple developers to participate on non-linear construction projects.
What is Git?
Git is a free and open source version control system that can manage everything from small to big projects with easy. Git is a server software. Your computer stores your information and their information. You can also save a duplicate of the files and their change existing on internet hosts.
System Requirements for Git 2.17 Old Version
|CPU socket||1.3 GHz (64-bit processor) to 3.1 GHz (64-bit processor)|
|Memory (RAM)||2 GB to 16 GB|
|Hard disks and available storage space||160-GB hard disk with a 60-GB|
How to Download Git 2.17.0 Version for 64bit Windows?
The Latest Version of Git have alots of security issues when you are tring to pull any file or data on github. It will give the error of unsafe repository so need to downgrade the version of git. So we will use the old version of git 2.17.0 version for 64 bit windows. you can download the file from the following button.
Installation of Git 2.17.0 version
- Download Git on your PC. Git Installer is downloaded and installed. Terminal Emulators, Server Certificates, and Line Endings
- Git Bash Shell will be created. Open the Git GUI.
- Connecting to a Repository on the Internet. Create a directory for checking. Configure your GitHub accounts.
How to Configure Git on Windows?
Just follow these steps to configure git on windows.
- First of all Install Git software as any normal software.
- After that open cmd on your pc and run some commands that are given below.
- color 6 (To change the color of cmd fonts)
- git –version (To check the version of git)
- git config –global user.name “Enter your name” (To set the username)
- git config –global user.email “Enter your email” (to set the email)
- git config –list (To check the details of your git)
- git config –global core.editor vim