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Considering unintuitive git naming I don't really understand how to do it.

I have 2 branches. Lets name tham A and B.
I want to copy everything from branch A to B, do not change branch A, and merge it with branch B, without changing the name of branch B.

And everything using Visual Studio interface because "git is not recognized" while trying to do anything via console. Yes, Git is installed.

What I have tried:

Googling and binging and duckduckgoing, but Github and Git is really awfully annoying to use, so its hard to find and do anything.
Updated 24-Mar-21 5:27am
Maciej Los 24-Mar-21 11:19am
"Merge into"?
Richard Deeming 24-Mar-21 11:32am
NB: If you're using the latest version of Visual Studio 2019 (version 16.9.x), there's a UI bug which will make things more confusing:
Visual Studio Merge Branches showing wrong branch name - Visual Studio Feedback[^]

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