How do I force-quit Git Bash?

I’m in Nano via ssh on my server via git bash. And I can’t do anything. I can scroll up and down but I ***’ed it up somehow.

How do I quit it?
I tried to find the process but windows can’t tell me

  • git: get path of current directory, relative to root of repo
  • Automatically remove *.pyc files and otherwise-empty directories when I check out a new branch
  • How to tell git branch name from commit hash?
  • Git clone from bash script
  • setgid bit not preserved by git on new directory in `.git` folder?
  • How can I do “git pull” in multithreading or efficient way?
  • How to configure Mac OS X term so that git has color?
  • git: show all files changed between two commits
  • git: check out a tag, modify something, then tag it again
  • Is there a simple way to “git describe” a remote repository?
  • Netbeans Project from Mac to Windows
  • want to automatically squash 20 commits
  • One Solution collect form web for “How do I force-quit Git Bash?”

    Using PowerShell

    kill -n bash


    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.