# Run sage notebook without sage.all imported

When I create a create a sage Jupyter notebook the kernel seems to always run `from sage.all import *`

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This can be useful since you don't have to worry about importing all the things you need. However I find it has two big disadvantages:

- The sage kernel takes a while to start (roughly one minute for me)
- It causes naming conflicts when we define a function or class that already has a meaning somewhere in the huge sage library.

Therefore I wonder if it is possible to run a notebook with a sage kernel without importing the entire sage library.