Version Control Systems, also known as VCS, are systems used to manage and track changes in computer files, primarily in source code. VCSs are essential for software development and are widely used by software companies.

Two of the most popular version control systems are Git and Subversion (SVN). Git is primarily command-line based and has become the de-facto standard for software developers. It is also cross platform, meaning it can be used on Windows, Linux or Mac platforms. Subversion is a client-server version control system, with the server side being managed by a central repository.

Git is a distributed system, which means that every user essentially has their own copy of the repository. Every change made to the files is tracked and stored in the Git repository. Subversion is a centralized system, where changes to files are committed to a central repository and users can access and retrieve the files from the repository.

Git tends to be used for small teams that want the ability to collaborate quickly and easily. Subversion is often preferred by larger teams that have requirements to control complicated workflow or need more design control.

Version Control Systems provide an invaluable tool for tracking and managing changes in code, ensuring a reliable and efficient workflow for software development teams.

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