The version control system Git is widely used. Linus Torvalds invented it in 2005, and Junio Hamano has been maintaining it since then.
It is employed for the following purposes: Keeping track of code changes, keeping track of who made the adjustments and collaboration in coding.

What is the purpose of Git?

Repositories are used to manage projects. To work on a local duplicate of a project, clone it. With the Staging and Committing Branch, you can control and track changes. Merge allows you to work on different parts and versions of a project at the same time. Make a local copy of the most recent version of the project. Update the parent project with local changes.
Basic Git