I'm going to borrow another computer for a while so I've copied my project directory to the new computer and now I need to install Git on it.
If you use the Git installer for OS X, it'll do a system-wide install. This means you need admin rights for it to run.
However, the installer will write everything to
If you ever want to uninstall Git – at least the version from the Git Installer – run the following:
The first folder is the one containing all the programs.
Removing the above files and folders will have no implications whatsoever for the other user accounts.
The GitHub for Mac application can simply be installed to
Other users won't be aware of this application at all. Its settings will be stored in