When your PC crashes, PODS may show you an alert containing the text “Workspace in use, choose a different one”. This is very annoying, as PODS refuses to start under such circumstances.

Luckily, fixing the problem is easy. Navigate to the path shown in the dialog, and go into the .metadata folder. Delete the .lock file there – and voila, PODS will work again(after a system reboot)!

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