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re: GitHub Just Released a New Version of Their Desktop App VIEW POST

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I used to use the Desktop app (including Beta builds) but other than cloning projects, it never seemed useful for personal stuff. Maybe if my work was on Github it'd be easier to see the trees and such in the Desktop app, but when basically every project is just a trunk of a single person working, it seemed useless.

I'll probably reinstall it on my personal computer now, but I'll still use GitKracken on my personal and work computers. Enough features to make it useful for professional stuff, easy enough cloning for personal stuff, profile switching, and I had (have?) pro from the Github Student Pack (woo grad school perks)

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