‘git’ is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file

Got the below error when i was trying to sync the latest code and also to get the Git latest version in my Virtual Desktop.

I forgot that my Virtual Desktop was not installed with latest git.

Followed the below steps and the issue is resolved.

Step 1: Click here to navigate to GitHub installation webpage.

Step 2: Click on Git for Windows installer and this will navigate to gitforwindows website.

Step 3: Click on Download to download the latest version of git.

Step 4: Go to Downloads and double click on the downloaded file.

Step 5: Click on Next to start the Git installation setup.

Step 6: Click on Next.

Step 7: Select Components (if required) and Click on Next.

Step 8: Click on Next.

Step 9: Choose the default editor used by Git and Click on Next.

Step 10: Click on Next.

Step 11: Click on Next.

Step 12: Click on Next.

Step 13: Click on Next.

Step 14: Click on Next.

Step 15: Click on Next.

Step 16: Click on Next.

Step 17: Click on Next.

Step 18: Click on Next.

Step 19: Click on Install.

Installation is in progress.

Step 20: Click on Finish to complete the Installation process.

Step 21: Relaunch the Command Prompt (cmd.exe) and type git version to see the git version.

Hope this fix helped you to resolve this issue.

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