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GitHub is a website that allows people to collaborate on software projects. It is based on a system called Git, which is a tool for tracking changes in files and code.

GitHub lets users create repositories, which are online spaces where they can store their files and code, and share them with others. Users can also fork repositories, which means making a copy of someone else's project and modifying it as they wish. GitHub also has features such as issues, pull requests, and actions, which help users communicate, review, and automate their work. GitHub is used by millions of developers around the world, from hobbyists to professionals, and hosts many popular open source projects, such as Linux, Python, and TensorFlow. GitHub is free for public repositories, but users can also pay for private repositories or other services. GitHub is owned by Microsoft, which acquired it in 2018 for $7.5 billion.