Could Core plugins be uninstalled like Community plugins?

Use case or problem

As Obsidian updates, more and more features are gradually added to the software itself. Default packaging into software may have its benefits, but it’s not like Community plugins that can be configured by each person according to their needs. Simply disabling plugins does not reduce the space taken up on the device.

Proposed solution

May be a compromise if Core plugins or part of Core plugins can be uninstalled like Community plugins.

I have used some other plugin-integrated software, such as uTools, their official plugins are also encrypted, but can be installed on demand. Hope this helps.

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