Multiple Libraries Error Message

I’m new at all things coding, so please respond as if it were to a 1st grader. Since I’m so new, I include a bunch of notes at the beginning of my code so I can come back later and still understand, so feel free to skip over all of that. Also, on the bottom of the code, I was working on the next step but it’s commented out so I don’t think it should be interfering with the program.

I’m getting an error message that says that multiple libraries found. I’m not sure where to go to uninstall a library.

/*Code Purpose Statement
  // This code is used for the ultrasonic
  // sensor and servo motor attached to the
  // Hummer-bot.

  // What:  I want the hummer-bot to drive
  //        around the room utilizing it's
  //        installed ultrasonic sensor to
  //        avoid obstacles.

  // How:   I'm going to program the hummer
  //        bot to constantly send a sonic
  //        pulse into the room and when the
  //        wave returns at a certian distance
  //        then the hummer-bot will engage
  //        the servo motor to look both ways
  //        and then decide to continue travel
  //        in the direction that has the most
  //        available space.
*/


/*Ultrasonic Sensor Servo Centering.
  // The following portion of code is designed for centering the
  // servo motor.
  // As soon as the servo motor is centered, this portion of the
  // coding can be commented out. (lines 20 - 45)
  // (#include <Servo.h>) tells the program to include the servo
  // library. (Servo usservo) tells the program that I would like
  // to name the servo under the ultrasonic sensor 'usservo'
  //
  // inside void setup()
  // (usservo.attach(13)) tells the board that the servo motor
  // is attached to pin 13 on the sensor shield.
*/

#include <Servo.h>
Servo usservo;

void setup() {

 
  usservo.attach(13);

  // move the servo to center position (90 degrees)
  usservo.write(90);

}



/*Obstacle Avoidance Using Ultrasonic Sensor Coding.
  // The following code is for utilizing the ultrasonic sensors
  // on the hummer-bot for avoiding obstacles.
  //
  // (#include <Servo.h>) tells the program to include the servo
  // library. (Servo usservo) tells the program that I would like
  // to name the servo under the ultrasonic sensor 'usservo'
*/

/*
  #include <Servo.h>
  Servo usservo;

  int Echo = D2;
  int Trig = D3;

  #define ENA 5
  #define ENB 6
  #define IN1 7
  #define IN2 8
  #define IN3 9
  #define IN4 11
  #define carSpeed 150
  void setup () {


  }

  void loop() {


  }
*/

Thanks

I think that is a warning, since you only include servo.h, i guess that would be the one. In the msg it states where they are located (the folder with servo.h in it) and which one it used. If you want to un-install that means you should remove the folder with servo.h in it. servo.h is a builtin library, so unless you have a special version of it, i would keep the one that comes with the IDE, also that one will get updated when you update the IDE.