Git with Visual Studio for Testers

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1. Install git (64-bit Git for Windows Setup) on your machine from https://git-scm.com/download/win

2. Install Visual Studio 2019 (community version)

3. Create a repository on your Github account and copy the repository URL

4. Visit the repository you created. Click on code button and find the “Open with Visual Studio” link.

Click on “Open with Visual Studio”

5. Add a new files under the Visual Studio Project Solution.

6. Right click on the added file and Click on the Git -> commit.
7. Now enter the message for the commit.
8. Click on the arrow button next to “Commit All” button. It will open up few button options. You have to click on the “Commit All and Sync” or “Commit All and Push” button to send your new files to the github reposiotry via Visual Studio.

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