Yesterday, I was messing around with my Manjaro install, and decided to install the Gnome desktop environment to see how it would look.
I installed it using the command "pacman -S gnome"
I quickly decided it wasn't for me, and so I tried to remove it, using the command "pacman -R gnome". It wouldn't allow me to remove it using this command, so I used "pacman -Rs gnome". This worked fine.
I restarted my machine, but then when I logged in again (I use XFCE by default and it is currently the only environment I use now), I noticed on my desktop that I had three removable devices mount that I didn't have before, titled "efi", "tmp' and "filesystem root".
I went in to File Manager and could see them there too.
I am unable to unmount them.
Does anyone have any idea how I can hide/remove these, and why they have appeared? Is what I was doing with installing/remove Gnome anything to do with it? These mount points weren't there before.
I'm quite new to Manjaro, only been using it a few months, and my only exposure to Linux prior to that was Ubuntu, so please go easy on me!