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Difference between Git and Github

    What is Version Control?

    A version control system is like a save program for your project. By tracking and logging the changes you make to your file or file sets over time, a version control system gives you the power to review or even restore earlier versions.

    Git is a version control system that lets you manage and keep track of your source code history.
    ♥GitHub is a cloud-based hosting service that lets you manage Git repositories.
    Git has no user management feature
    ♥Github has a built-in user management feature
    Git is installed locally on the system.
    ♥Github is hosted on the web.
    Git was first released in 2005.
    ♥Github was launched in 2008.
    Git is a software.
    ♥Github is a service.
    Git is a command line.
    ♥Github is a graphical user interface.
    Git is maintained by Linux.
    ♥Github is maintained by Microsoft.