Every time I run the git command on windows, I get the following error:
'git' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
Is there any way to fix this? Thanks in advance.
You have to set your PATH to point at your git installation.
Just follow the below steps:
Then, add your path right before the "Variable value" field, separated by a semicolon from the already present entry.
Make sure you've set the correct path to your Git. You need to add the following paths to your PATH:
If you've opened cmd prompt before installation of git, close it and reopen it. This is because the environment variables are only read when an application in this case cmd is launched. Relaunching it would allow it to read the variables again and see the updated path.
If you want to set up for a temporary purpose, just execute below command.
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