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How do I to remove or hide old kernel versions, to clean up the boot menu?

How to uninstall old versions of the kernel?

The grub menu is full with old kernel entries, when i need to boot windows i have to press down key multiple times and i hate doing that, so please help me.

Ubuntu version : 10.04

Thank you in advance. Sorry for my English.

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marked as duplicate by Eric Carvalho, Ringtail, Thomas Ward, qbi, gertvdijk Jan 27 '13 at 22:53

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Go to synaptic package manager and search for 'linux-image'. Then select and remove the older versions. To remove right click on the package and select 'Mark for Removal'.

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