Only recently I noticed there seem to be a SourceTree and a SourceTree Enterprise. Are these in fact different products and if so: is there an overview of the differences between the two?
I've tried to find such an overview, but haven't succeeded yet, hence this question. Any insights will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
TLDR: It is a version meant for managed installation on an organization's Windows machines.
It would have been helpful to have a comment on the page that says something like:
For non-managed installs, please use the standard client at https://sourcetreeapp.com/
Quote from https://sourcetreeapp.com/enterprise:
Manage installations and updates at scale
Give your developers the power and simplicity of a Git GUI client in your managed environment. Utilize computer management software to install, update, and manage Sourcetree across your entire organization's Windows machines.
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