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Just followed two tutorials:
Using GitHub in Visual Studio 2017 (Updated January 2019) - YouTube
How To Add An Existing Project To Your GitHub Repo With Visual Studio - YouTube

By default, Git places repos under
c:\windows\users\[user name]\repos.
This looks like ALL repos are under this folder. Is this where the source is supposed to go?

I have a TON of projects on my PC. The root folder for my projects is C:\Projects. Do I need to move my code to add a solution to Git?

Thanks
If it's not broken, fix it until it is.
Everything makes sense in someone's mind.
Ya can't fix stupid.

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