Git-GUI is a powerful graphical user interface for Git that runs on Windows. It's a standalone product and requires no Git installation.
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Converters Added tag related functionality. Jul 15, 2012
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Externals Added Externals folder. Mar 10, 2012
Libraries Implemented tab restore. Jul 11, 2012
Properties Working on Issue #9. Added new model class for storing recent commit … Jun 2, 2012
TemplateSelectors Refactoring code and files to be more consistent. Jun 17, 2012
Templates GridSplitter snaps to changeset history grid. Jul 5, 2012
UserControls Added tag related functionality. Jul 15, 2012
ViewModels Added tag related functionality. Jul 15, 2012
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Git-GUI.sln Changed DynamicResources to StaticResources. Jun 18, 2012 Update Mar 20, 2014
packages.config Added NBug. Jul 6, 2012


Git-GUI is Windows only graphical user interface for Git source code management.

Please note: Git-GUI is not ready yet -- i.e. it's an alpha version that does not support everything you need. I'm working on it to make it a stable product.


Do I need the official Git installed on my computer?

No. Git-GUI is standalone, it does not need Git installation.

Does Git-GUI have something to do with the official Git built-in tool called git-gui (git gui on command line)?

No. Git-GUI is a software written by me (Kai Sellgren) as a hobby project.

How does it look like?


Remember: heavily work in progress!

What do I need to run it?
  • Windows Vista, 7 or 8.
  • You need to have .NET framework 4.5 runtime installed/updated. Windows Update will do that for you if it does not have already.

Project goals

I aim to make a complete product that features the majority of Git functionality including from basic stuff to Stashes, Remotes and Bisects.


So you want to fix a bug or add a feature? Or perhaps you just want to try it out? Here's what you need to do: