The Beginner’s Guide for GIT Extensions: How to use GIT to clone repository from GitHub and make changes

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Introduction to Git Extensions GIT Extensions is a distributed version control system enabling user to robustly manage collection of source files and the changes made in them. The changes made are shown in History of changes. Users can make changes by accessing a Central repository called remote repository and committing the changes to it. It implements classic GIT by using GUI (Graphical user interface), basically driven by a set of dedicated commands, hence maintains the version control system intuitively. So, let us go through a glimpse of functionalities provided by GIT Extensions so that our version control system can be maintained.