I would like to thank John for his time. We were in contact via private msgs so he managed to solve my problem. I will post it in here in case someone else have similar issue. Of course, it doesn't necessary mean that this will solve your problem, but give it a try. As you can see, first problem is
"Your Git client should have also installed a "git.exe" program in the "C:\Program Files\Git\bin" folder, however it may not have placed this in the PATH when it was installed. This is what Toad's Team Coding would typically use. You can check for that by clicking your Windows Start button and typing "command" to open a command prompt. Then, simply type "git" and hit enter. If you get Git's usage help, it's in the path, and this is not the problem. If you don't, it's not in the path. Add the location for "git.exe" to your global path and try again (may require a reboot)".
Basic on your OS, google how to set environment path. Considering I have windows 10 installed, I did the following:
- Hit windows button and search for "environment"
- Select option "Edit the system environment variables"
- On "advanced" tab, click on the "Environment variables" button
- New tab will open, under "System variables" (lower grid), find the "Path" variable and click "Edit"
- Click "New" and add C:\Program Files\Git\bin\
- Click "New" again and add C:\Program Files\Git\cmd\
- Click "Ok"
Thats should be it. As John mentioned, setting this up may require rebooting your pc.