Version Control, GIT vs TFS vs SVN

Which version control software should I choose? I am currently looking at GIT.

I want everything On-premises, im thinking about about GIT.
Was searching on YouTube about how to set it up and I was only finding guides about UiPath and GitHub.

Does someone know any good guide/guides that describes the install process and how to use GIT with UiPath.

Are all 3 available for free?

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Hi @atomic,
If you want to have your project open and share it with people then GIT is the best and free choice. For company work I would prefer TFS as you can build solid environment over the projects and work together in the team but this requires Azure DevOps Server.


Thank you, I will look further into this. I heard that you have a course about how to set it up.

Im not sure but it might be a training called “Automation Version Control Systems”.