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How to connect to GitHub on OS X
GitHub is designed to be easy to use.
Your GitHub.com username and password are the same as your GitHub password. In the majority of cases, you will not need to create a new one.
When you log in for the first time, you will be asked to configure your password and confirm your email address.
You will need this email address to manage your account, unless you use another email address to access the website.
GitHub can also be accessed using its native client.
You need a GitHub client installed on your Mac or PC to access GitHub on the command line, via the web browser, or from any other device.
You can use the web browser to access GitHub, but you need to have a GitHub client installed on your Mac or PC to do so.
If you have multiple GitHub clients installed, you may be prompted to choose which client to use.
If you’re on Windows, you can use your GitHub client of choice to access GitHub.
To use the web browser, visit GitHub in your web browser and sign in.
If you use a different email address to access GitHub, you can use the same email address to sign in to your GitHub client.
If you don’t remember your password, you can reset it on the GitHub website.
You must be authorized to use GitHub for free.
GitHub is free for public repositories.
If you want to use GitHub as a team or organization, contact us at support.