I'm seeing some questions lately pertaining to "git bash" or "gitbash" and had to go look to see if this was something different from windows-subsystem-for-linux, and it seems that it is different. I learned more about it from an Atlassian Git bash tutorial and the Git for Windows page. It's summarized as:
Git Bash is a package that installs Bash, some common bash utilities, and Git on a Windows operating system.
Git for Windows provides a BASH emulation used to run Git from the command line.