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Sara Damiano

    The git problem is probably another “path” issue.  Did you add git to your “path” when you installed it?  I don’t remember if the installer gives you the option.

    Try checking your path and adding the directory where git installed to it.  The git executable (git.exe) is probable installed in “C:\Program Files\Git\bin”  Here are some instructions for adding a directory to the path:  https://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-10/add-windows-path-environment-variable/