Tower Git beta client now available for Windows developers

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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The Tower Git client is finally coming to Windows after years of hard work. Tower is an excellent version control tool for development teams, allowing them to work in collaboration on projects for increased efficiency.

Using Tower, developers can share code and access the full history of all code changes. If you’re curious to see what this tool brings to Windows, become a beta tester and be among the first Windows users in the world to test drive this new Tower version.

Tower for Windows promises to bring “everything our customers love about Tower for Mac – reimagined for Windows.” However, not much information is available about its specific features as Fournova, the company behind the Tower Git client, offered only a brief description of the tool:

Over the years, we’ve received countless requests to bring Tower to Windows. More precisely, we were asked to bring the same great feature set, user interface, workflows, and stability to this OS.

We would have loved to break this news earlier, but we wanted to be sure not to rush this: we’ve taken what people love about Tower for Mac and reimagined it for Windows, in a stunning, 100% native desktop application.

You can sign up for the beta program now, but you won’t receive your official invitation immediately. Invitations are sent out each week as soon as more spots in the program become available.

If you’re new to Git, you can also use the free Git and Version Control courses offered by Fournova to become a better professional.

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