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There's a simple method that will temporarily disable evolution (until next package update): sudo mv /usr/lib/evolution-data-server /usr/lib/evolution-data-server-disabled sudo mv /usr/lib/evolution /usr/lib/evolution-disabled The less dirty hack is to disable the binary to keep it from starting on future core package updates: sudo chmod -x /usr/lib/...


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Try disabling SMB Direct (Settings -> Apps -> Apps & Features -> Programs and Features -> Turn Windows features on or off).


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This mapfile tells you where the unreadable areas (3 areas in your case) on your disk are located. As they share the same size (0x00001000) you copied a disc which probably has a physical (real) sector size of 4096 bytes. If you divide each address by the logical (emulated) sector size (that is the sector size your drive pretends to have in communication ...


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You can delete all of .cache with no long term detrimental effects. If your .cache is growing large, it might be better to look at the contents and determine what application is making it large and re-configure a bad acting application (rather than simply deleting .cache when it grows too large). [ ... ] For the most part you can delete most anything in your ...


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