What is the difference between git fetch and git pull?

Git fetch fetches fresh data from a remote repository, however, it does not add it to our working files. It aids in determining whether any changes have occurred in the remote repository. Nothing is manipulated or destroyed in the process.

Git pull, on the other hand, updates the HEAD with the most recent changes from the remote server and merges them into the working copy files immediately. When you use git pull, it tries to combine remote changes with local modifications, which might result in a merge conflict.