How to Install Sourcetree for GIT in Windows?
Sourcetree is designed to simplify the Interaction with Git repositories which require command lines to work. It is a free GUI(Graphic user interface) that reduces the workload of a user by making it easier to remove a file, discard a file, commit a file as it manages and visualize the work live and in an efficient way. We can also view Detailed branching diagrams of Changes done or in a group project making it easier to keep a track of the work Flow. It is also integrated with Mercurial making it more efficient. It is available on both Windows and Mac.
Git is a free and open-source version control system used for source code management. It enables users to work on group projects by making the source code available to all the group members on their local machines. The changes and updates in the source code can be done at the same place making it efficient and fast to work. It also enables to keep the track of all the updates done in the source code. In this article, we will see how to install Sourcetree for Git in Windows.
Installing Sourcecode for Git
Sourcetree can be easily downloaded from the official website sourcetreeapp.com. Here are the steps to install it.
Step 1: Click on the download on the right side of the website.
Step 2: Click on the Agreement box and then click on the Download Option.
Step 3: Once the Setup is being downloaded. Click on the setup to install, If you want you can make Bitbucket Account but you can skip it by clicking on the skip button.
Step 4: In this step click on the Next button to download and install the Mercurial tool.
Step 5: Once the download and Installation are Complete, Click on the Next button to continue.
Step 6: Here you can Enter your name and email id as your preferences. Once you enter your Preferences, Click on the Next Option to Complete the Setup.
Step 7: After Completing the installation Sourcetree will open automatically.
Now Sourcetree is ready to use with Git and makes your workflow fast and efficient.