Git has been available on Windows systems for more than a few years, but it was generally available only through the creaky Windows CMD window, or through a Cygwin-like Bash window. Now that PowerShell is mature and gaining traction, it would be nice to use command-line Git from a PowerShell window.
Using a combination of the Git for Windows project’s installers and the posh-git project’s module, we can make Git available on a PowerShell command line. And we can have the nice informative command prompts, and Git command tab completion, that has long been available on Linux and OS X systems.
I’ve posted an article, Using Git with PowerShell on Windows 10, with all the details of how to install Git for Windows and configure PowerShell command windows with a powerful and convenient command-line Git environment.