Can't revert local file to latest committ


So basically what I want to do is to revert the local copy of my repo to one of the committs in the log, and looking on the internet I found that you use the 'reset master to this committ' or something, but there's no option for me to do that when I right click, there's nothing

SourceTree for Windows, Windows 10

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Where are you right clicking? You need to go to a commit in the commit history and right click on the commit to reset the current branch to that commit.

If you are doing that, what options are you seeing? Maybe a screenshot will help.

I am right-clicking on the commit that I want to revert my local copy to, this is what im seeing:

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Use the "Rest current branch to this commit" option.

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