This possible tun off Garuda System Maintenance autostartup? I'm sorry I beginner in Linux
Desktop: GNOME 41
Hi there, welcome.
Why would you need to not autostart a critical application which is helping you maintain your system?
Maybe open "Garuda System Maintenance Settings" tool, to check if there is anything you want to disable...
I want to take it out of the tray if possible
You could (I use KDE, I hope there are no big differences in Gnome) open the "Status and Notifications" in your panel on the right.
Click on "Configure System Tray".
Click on "Entries".
Set visibility of "Garuda System Maintenance" to "Always hidden".
Okay, I try.
I solved the problem. I have the extension: Tray Icons: reloaded, so it has this setting.
Night, meet Day.
You know what? A couple of years ago I had approached Gnome. I thought it looked more professional. My wife rejected it, as she usually looks at me curiously while I'm on the sofa with my laptop, and makes profound aesthetic judgments.
Aren't wives always right?
Red Hat certainly seems to think so.
You expect an answer to a rhetorical question?