Version control systems are a form of software that aids in the management of source code changes over time by a software development team. Version control systems such as CVS, SVN, GIT, Mercurial, and a variety of others are examples. This system's major purpose is to provide backups that enable developers to work more effectively and efficiently over time. Development teams frequently utilise version control systems to track software changes without the need for manual intervention. Version control software keeps track of every change made to the code in a database. If a problem arises, engineers can travel back in time and compare more recent versions of the code to help solve the problem while causing the least amount of interruption to the rest of the team.