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When I first run the source tree

The source tree scans all sources in all user files (C: \ user \ cyh12). RAM is too large during source reading, causing the computer to hang. I do not know how to solve it. i try fix it, delete, reinstall it, sign out, and sign in again. I want to import only the source in the particular repository. When you use the original source tree, do you read all the sources in your computer all the sources? Is this normal?

I'm sorry I did not speak English well.

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minnsey Atlassian Team Jan 11, 2019


Sourcetree will only do this if it finds a .git folder in one of its parent folders, e.g. somewhere in 

It is usually a mistake to have a .git folder in any of these.

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