Johannes Schindelin

Senior Software Engineer, Azure DevOps

Git for Windows maintainer

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What’s new in Git for Windows 2.11?

Git for Windows v2.11.0 is out! Download it here (homepage is here). The new version corresponds to Git v2.11.0 (release notes are here, and our friends over at GitHub blogged about it, too). Apart from the improvements inherited from the "upstream Git" project, Git for Windows also updated some libraries to address security concerns, and ...

What’s new in Git for Windows 2.10?

It has been a busy time since my last post. There have been nine public releases of Git for Windows in the meantime. And a lot has happened. Most importantly, Git for Windows v2.10.0 has been released. Download it here. Or look at its homepage. Let me take this opportunity to mention a couple of highlights: The interactive rebase is now ...

What’s new in Git for Windows 2.8?

Download Git for Windows from its home page. Authentication is now a breeze More and more Git hosting sites support multi-factor authentication or security tokens. With the inclusion of the Git Credential Manager, Git for Windows now offers a user-friendly way to support such authentication methods. Git for Windows closely follows Git ...