If you don’t already have Git for Windows:
Download Git for Windows from https://msysgit.github.io/
Choose “Use Git from the Windows Command Prompt” during the installation – this will add Git to your PATH
Alternatively you can manually add Git to your PATH:
Go to System Environment Variables => Advanced => Environmental Variables.
Find path in the variables list and hit edit.
Add the path to Git executable on your machine. In my case it is C:Program Files (x86)Gitcmd
Now Git commands will be recognized in PowerShell on your machine.
Clone the tag
Clone repo via https:
git clone https://path/repo.git
List available tags:
git tag -l
Checkout the tag:
git checkout tag_name