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Note that I open VS Code in Windows (without being connected to a remote). The only option I then have is to disable globally. This is then synced to all my machines, meaning Gitlens is even disabled locally/remotely for all my machines.
By the way, I have a about 20 extensions and many of them require something else to be installed to function. E.g. the docker extension requires docker, but it still does not give me an error when I launch VS Code. Every other extension handles this gracefully only giving me warning/errors/notifications or uses GUI in ways to inform me that it does not work, when actually invoking it.