TortoiseGit utilizes a user interface integrated with Windows Explorer while permitting integration with a variety of development tools. You're not limited to a specific IDE. Commands not relevant to the files or folders present on a particular Windows Explorer screen are omitted allowing quick access to the features you actually need. Commands present are tasks such as displaying logs, creating new branches in the code, showing and editing logs, updating patches, and showing the difference between two versions of code. It supports simple GUI file movement by click-and-drag within Windows Explorer.
Regularly updated based on user feedback, each version is tested for stability by volunteers before a general update is presented for public use. An internal spell check system, character map integration, and auto-fill features ensure readability of your logs. All settings, including language and restrictions, are on a per-project basis, allowing for easy transitions between setups without the need to constantly change the global settings.
Compatible with TortoiseGitMerge to show changes and assist in rectifying conflicts between versions. Also compatible with TortoiseGitBlame for error identification and per-line log views. Supports TortoiseGitlDiff for easy observation of alterations with image files.
Support for use of TortoiseGit exists in the form of manuals, FAQs, and a GitLab Issue Tracker. However, the developers of TortoiseGit do not provide direct support for the product. TortoiseGit is completely open source and developed by volunteers, donations are accepted if you find it useful, but otherwise, the software is free to use.
Developed under GNU General Public License for free personal and commercial use.
Based on TortoiseSVN, it is free and open source for both personal and commercial use under the GNU General Public License. You may improve and modify TortoiseGit to fit your unique situation as the source code is completely available.
Currently available in these languages:
For languages other than English, a sperate language pack is required to be downloaded.