The command line tool "launchctl" can be used to manage agents and services.
I need to disable a few services in my old MacBook. That's why I am writing this post.
sudo launchctl print system
The print sub-command helps us view the services with the correct name that we can disable.
After checking the service list in the previous command output, I find that I can disable the location service (I don't want location service on my laptop) and the Game controller (I don't play games on laptop).
sudo launchctl disable system/com.apple.locationd sudo launchctl disable system/com.apple.GameController.gamecontrollerd