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Setting Visual Studio 2010 code on Version Control

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Hi I want to set my Visual Studio code on version control,I am not sure which will be best to use and it should be free of cost if possible. Please help me to find best version control and its setup steps so I can do by myself. Please help me asap.
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by:indrajitmahajan
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Hi,

You may use Microsoft Visual Source Safe as you ar using Visual Studio.
Binding application to source control is very easy
1. First create a repository on a shared server.
2. Then Just Bind your code to above repository.
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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try out visualstudioonline.com or github.com  

All the tools are available for Visual Studio
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by:Sudhanshum
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Hi Guys Thanks for reply But I am looking free of cost software for Version Control.Please reply me asap.
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by:Sudhanshum
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I am using Visual Studio 2010.
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please help me asap.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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GIThub is free, TFS via visualstudio.com is currently free for a few months at least
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