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How to remove the remaining commands of removed built-in packages?

I've read here that you can delete the built-in packages from emacs at /usr/share/emacs/25.2/lisp in order to get rid of their commands which may clutter the minibuffer every time you want to execute ...
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package is installed but command not available under M-x

I installed darkroom via the package manager in my GNU Emacs 25.3.1 (x86_64-w64-mingw32). M-x package-list shows the package as installed and in fact are the files in the respective folder, the ...
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How to discover all available Emacs packages?

How can I discover all available packages of Emacs? So far, I was under the impression that I could find almost anything through one of these means: The Emacs Manual (C-h r) M-x list-packages C-h p ...
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Why mark by “D” installed packages. I want only update it

Windows 10 (64 bit), Emacs 25.1 M-x package-list-packges I want to update all my installed packages. So I press "U". But Emacs mark many of installed package by "D". What does it mean? Is mean ...
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Confusing ELPA types

When listing ELPA packages (Mac running Emacs 26.1), I see two status types that beg questions: dependency and incompat. A dependency package does get automagically loaded but it also may be removed ...
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Package init and refresh problems

Due to unknown reason(s), the package manager in my Emacs 25.3 cannot refresh properly anymore: whenever I try to do M-x list-packages it throws an error: error in process filter: package-read-...
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What does dependency mean in the Status field of a package shown in list-packages

The command list-packages shows the list of available packages. A Status column appears with several possible values: available installed dependency built-in incompat And the packages seem to be ...