If you start R with the argument --no-restore (or even --vanilla, I think), no workspace will be loaded.
Personally I almost never save a workspace image. Whatever I need I explicitly save() and load() or attach().
From: Afshartous, David
> When starting R, how does one prevent the loading the previous
> workspace which was saved? I'd like to start a new project
> and save the new image in a different directory, but I'd like to
> partition this from the old project. Does there exist a better
> way than just deleting the files associated w/ the old project
> manually? I looked in the Intro to R manual and searched for
> "workspace" and didn't see anything on this aspect.
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