I'm not a native English speaker. I'm sorry if I didn't explain the problem 
I'm using Windows 10 Enterprise Insider Preview (I'll use Win10 instead 
below). Until yesterday, I'm using Win10 build 11102, and Git for Windows 
works well. But today I upgraded my system to Win10 build 14251, then 
something wrong happened.
I opened a "cmd" in my repository and entered "git pull", then a dialog 
window appeared, saying "Git for Windows has stopped working".
The version of the git on my system was 2.6.4, and I found out that the 
latest version was So I downloaded a installer from 
"https://git-scm.com/";. I opened the installer, but as soon as the 
installation finished, the same error dialog appeared. I closed the dialog, 
but it appeared again, so I closed it again. I opened a "cmd" and entered 
"git", of course, it crashes and the error dialog appeared.
By the way, I installed GitHub for Windows on my system and it crashes too 
when I pressed the "Sync" button in it.
In my surprise, GitHub Extension for Visual Studio works correctly.

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