Disable conda auto activate base

Anaconda Python by default auto-activates the “base” environment each time a new Terminal is opened. This slows opening new Terminal, particularly on systems with slow disks or virtual disks. Particularly if the user isn’t constantly using Python, it can be beneficial to make conda only active when specified. To disable conda auto-activation on new Terminal, type:

conda config --set auto_activate_base false

This setting takes effect in ~/.condarc