Hello humans,

I have just a litte problem with my windows setup in my company, which is 
annoying enough to ask for help here.

*Setup:*
I am using Git-1.9.4-preview20140815.exe and I am running my development 
environment (Console, Editor) 
with a user who I am not logged in into windows, but has Admin rights.
The user I am logged in has no admin rights on my machine.

OS is Windows7 SP1 64bit

*Problem:*
Commandline Git just works fine with both accounts.
Git gui works fine when run under my first account.

*Commiting *with *Git Gui* is very slow when run under my *second admin 
account*. (almost 1 minute)
In the window there a messages displayed 
calling pre-commit-hook
calling commit-message-hook

When I am logged into windows with this account commiting with git gui work 
fine, too/
I have just deinstalled git and installed it while logged with my admin 
account,
but the problem stays with me.

If anyone can help me with this,
I would be thankful

Frank




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