Learn the very basics of how to interact with Git on your PC, whether you're using Windows or WSL inside of Windows.
You don't have to be a master programmer to use Git; you don't even have to be into coding at all. Git can be applied to a number of tasks since it is, at heart, a version control tool.
But as open-source software continues to grow and platforms like GitHub and GitLab are used more and more to host code and even full applications, there's a good chance you might need to know how to use Git to do some basic functions.
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