Could someone tell me what files are in Mountain Lion's ICloud and screensharing services? I've been seeing some processes related to these programs in Activity Monitor, and I'd like to get rid of them permanently if I can*, or break them somehow. I know Apple Ubiquity must be related to ICloud in some way, are there any more? Besides seeing processes like ubd and FindMyMac listed in Activity Monitor, there has been some really strange behavior on my Macbook recently - I go in to delete System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Screensharing or whatever, end up having to reformat (for a different reason), and suddenly the permissions on that folder have changed, and I'm not able to click the little unlock icon at all to change them. I also see a ton of root activity from processes I've never seen before popping up, after I manage to delete some of this stuff. Also, does anyone know what other services would show in Activity Monitor for ICloud and screensharing? *I do not have ICloud linked to my Macbook, and in the ICloud accounts themselves, I don't have them turned on at all. I also have all sharing services turned off on my Mac, in the System Preferences. Apple's support people say they also do not see ICloud listed as enabled for my Mac. I don't have any plans to ever use any of these services, so I'd really like to get rid of them on the system if possible. Help!