I haven't tried the new version in your first link - maybe I should try 

Its unbelievable that the git bash can completely disable the OS to the 
extent that everything is frozen and only a reboot will fix it.  

On Sunday, 12 July 2015 16:16:43 UTC+2, Philip Oakley wrote:
> I have recently started using Git 1.9.5 windows client.
> It is continually freezing up and even trying to force the process to end 
> (from task manager) doesn't work. The ONLY I have found to  restart Git is 
> a reboot. This is extremely frustrating and makes this application totally 
> unusable. When it works, its great but when it freezes it leaves no escape 
> route.
> So, is this issue rare or are others having the same experience?
> It's not common. 
> What is your system configuration? OS, version, how installed, etc. 
> Are you killing the processes, or just the application? (you can get 
> multiple git processes in the background..)
> Have you tried the *new* Git-for-Windows? 
> [This one: https://git-for-windows.github.io/, 
> https://github.com/git-for-windows/git/releases] 
> It's at rc4, so almost, but not quite, perfect ;-) 
> --
> Philip

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