Your question appears, at a glance, to be "which product or products in this list are not electron based". You are essentially asking for someone to find you the product that matches your requirements.
The closest you get with an actual question is the sentence
The git site itself lists a bunch of GUI clients: https://git-scm.com/download/gui/windows However it is unclear which are electron-based, and which are native.
The problem is that it is not specific. You are giving us a list and asking us to tell you what products fit certain criteria. It is still, broadly, asking us to find the needles in a haystack of products.
If you'd have asked about a single specific product then perhaps it could be on topic, but then you'd need a hundred questions to go through the list and for most of the time you shouldn't need to care as long as the product does the job.
Perhaps you could ask how to determine how a product is built. The problem there is that it is far too broad, there are too many frameworks for too many systems and it would be impossible to give an answer beyond "install it and see" or "Google it".
Just saying "I'm not asking for product recommendations" does not mean you aren't asking us to recommend products.
Think about what you are asking for us to do, not how to somehow skirt past the topicality rules of the site.