Remove removes the file from repository - but not completly. (as @Norman Abramovitz wrote). It removes the file from the sandbox and mark it as deleted for the repository. You have to push the deletion to the repository - from this point of time the deleted file is not part of the repository anymore.Until this point of time the file is still part of the repository. (Remove is a git operation on the repository)
Delete removes the repository from the bookmark list - (Delete is a Sourcetree operation to organize the repositories). You can either simple delete the repository from the bookmark - or you can additionaly delete the complete repository folder from your harddisk as well ...)
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