I just bought a computer with Windows 10 (so far I've only used Windows 7, I did not need Windows 8 and 8.1). The first thing I did with this new toy was to install Ubuntu Bash. I've tried this bash and it's decent to be a beta version (I'm going less than an hour, but at least for what I did it's fine).
Now I'm installing tools for day-to-day development, and I was about to download Git. Before that, I tried if Git was already installed in bash and I see that yes.
My question: is it necessary to install Git on Windows again or is it enough to use the version that already exists in bash? Is there a problem when modifying the files, maybe the end of line is lost between CR / LF and LF? Is there any consideration I should have with this decision?