Monday, March 21, 2016

How to (re)install Git Shell via the Command Prompt

Open cmd and go to C:\Users\%Username%\AppData\Local\GitHub\.
Now type: GitHub.appref-ms --open-shell.
Switch to the new Git Shell and type: GitHub --reinstall-shortcuts.

2 comments:

  1. I assume you have GitHub Desktop installed...

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  2. Hi there,
    I'm Henry, us army veteran; well since I left the military all I've done is make more cash with less stress I've had couple of vacations around the world and that's because I can afford this life style. Well guess what you all can afford this same lifestyle and surprising at a low cost financially and energy-wise. First I was in the famous chat forum for hackers and programmers warrior forum where I found couple of business opportunities that required zero or minimal stress, my first pay in check was from bitcoin flipping where I gained 75% of my investment in two weeks ; this is no magic there is an explanation on how this money increased ( it was generated through bitcoin minining by Mohammed Aman Khan , the hacker in charge...you can read up about the mining process which I'm not interested in as long as I'm getting paid regularly I'd leave all the mining stress for Mohammed), after which I got employment from him providing him with my USAA account (military exclusive) which he wires money to and I get paid a good percentage all I need to do is retrieve the cash take my calculated percentage and send the rest to him via bitcoins...yes!! That simple, then I provided my capital one account, chase and Wells Fargo account from which I run two transfers a month from each account and since I'm not using the whole bounty I simply reinvest in the bitcoin flip... now I worth more in three folds as I did in past four months now...I also use him for investigations by hacking through my targets device, emails or website. I strongly advice you hop on this train contact Mohammed cyberspyne@ gmail com.

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