Because Git is an open-source version control system, it allows us to run different versions of our project at the same time, allowing us to see the changes to the code over time and track them if necessary. This implies that a large number of developers may make modifications and submit them, allowing the changes to be ascribed to specific individuals.
Git repositories can be cloned on to other computers easily.
Forking/committing is done locally, doesn’t require a network transaction with a central server, so it’s faster than SVN. The developer can let someone merge his work to other clone on someone’s computer, or “push” his work to/“pull” someone’s work from other clone whenever it’s needed.
The whole repository is less likely to get lost than SVN because it’s usually cloned on to several computers.