Generating SSH Key for GitHub Using Git Extensions

This step-by-step tutorial assumes that you have already installed Git Extensions on your computer.

Using GitHub via HTTPS with Git Extensions can become pretty boring. SSH to the rescue.

Step 1: Click on Tools -> Generate or Import Key

Step 2: Click on Generate

Note: Move the mouse over the blank area to generate randomness when generating the SSH key

Step 3: Click on Save Private Key

Note: Click Yes for the passphrase message

Step 4: Save the SSH Private key with .ppk extension

Step 5: Copy the SSH Key to the clipboard

Step 6: Setup the SSH key with GitHub Settings

Take Care!


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