desktop - Simple collaboration from your desktop

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GitHub Desktop is an open source Electron-based GitHub app. It is written in TypeScript and uses React.There are several community-supported package managers that can be used to install Github Desktop.

https://desktop.github.com
https://github.com/desktop/desktop

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