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Git for Windows includes a command-line interface in the form of Git BASH, a graphical interface in the form of Git GUI and a context menu interface. Git BASH offers the complete power of git, Git GUI aims to cover all git functionality (though it falls a bit short) in a graphical way and the context menu enables quick access to simple commands. See More
While the you can run git log --graph --all to display all the version history of the project with the same details as a GUI client would, it can still be a bit hard to make out. Since the GUI can use true shapes like lines and dots, the command line has to use pipes and slashes. See More