``` Git comes with its own version of gpg.exe, but it is the MinGW version — a direct port of the Linux version, which saves your keychain in the ~/.gnupg folder in your home directory. The gpg4win port, on the other hand, saves your keychain in ~/AppData/Roaming/GnuPG. Certificates managed by one won ’ t be seen by the other. You will also need to use the gpg4win version if you want to use a GUI such as SourceTree, since the MinGW version of gpg.exe is entirely command line based and doesn ’ t play nicely with Git GUIs. By contrast, the gpg4win version brings up a dialog box to prompt for your password. ```
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