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Here's how to remove a Conda environment:
First, make sure you have fully deactivated the Conda environment. To do this, open a new shell and activate the environment there. Then, use the command
conda deactivate (or
source deactivate for older versions) to deactivate it.
Once the environment is deactivated, you can use the command
`conda env remove -n ENV_NAME`
This will remove the environment of the specified name.