1. On your Windows machine I suggest installing Cmder console emulator, visit http://cmder.net/ and then download and install the Full package (with git-for-windows)
2. Open Cmder or other console software on your Windows machine, navigate to root directory, create .ssh directory and enter it
3. Create SSH key pair id_rsa & id_rsa.pub (-t is type, -b is bytes, -f is filename)
ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -f id_rsa -C "firstname.lastname@example.org"
When prompted for password, just hit Enter key - do not enter the password.
4. Display the public key on the screen, select the printed text and copy it to clipboard
5. Open GitHub website (www.github.com) and login with your account
6. Navigate to Settings / SSH and GPG keys
7. Click "New SSH key" button on the top right corner
8. Enter title (can be anything you want), paste previously copied public key to the "Key" text area and click "Add SSH key"
9. Go back to Cmder (or any other console emulator) and enter
ssh -T email@example.com
10. Enter 'yes' when you get prompted with: Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?
That's it. Now you do not have to enter your password every time when you push your code to GitHub.