What is Git and GitHub?
— Git is a version control software that tracks changes to files, while GitHub is a website where you can host your Git repositories.
How do I sign in to my GitHub account on GitHub Desktop?
— Sign in to your GitHub account on GitHub Desktop by going to File > Options, clicking "Sign in," logging in through your browser, selecting GitHubDesktop when prompted, and setting your Global Git configuration under the "Git" tab in Options.
How do I create a Git repository?
— To create a Git repository, name it without spaces, add a description, choose a local path, and initialize it with a README file.
How do I ignore files and folders in GitHub Desktop?
— In GitHub Desktop, you can ignore files and folders by right-clicking the file and selecting "Ignore file," and adding individual files and folders on separate lines in the gitignore file, or using a wildcard to ignore file types.
How do I merge branches in Git?
— To merge branches in Git, you need to merge the feature branch into the main branch and create a new commit.
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