Do you use `git checkout` still? Stop.

Meet `git switch` and `git restore`.

I've totally switched (:blobcatfacepalm:) to `git switch`. If you want to incorporate it in your everyday routine, consider remembering useful `-c` and `-d` options.

git-scm.com/docs/git-switch

git-scm.com/docs/git-restore

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@lig I don't really see why git switch is better than checkout as they do the same. Despite that, git restore is awesome and its syntax is much better than git checkout HEAD -- files.

@yyp well, you've actually got three point of switch. It's not checkout and not restore. If you're incorporating restore in your workflow, it seems like a good idea to use switch which completely distinguishes two behaviors for you. Also, 'switch -c' after hitting non-existing branch feels really natural to me.

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