Clean up Grub with Grub Customizer

By on Dec 18, 2010 in Featured, Linux, Ubuntu | 5 comments

Grub is the screen you see when you start your machines. Over a period of time with all the kernel updates, the grub is overloaded and becomes ugly. In many cases you wont be using an old kernel unless there is something dramatically wrong with the new one.  So let’s see how to clean the grub and make it look slimmer and neater. You can do it the hard way every time or you can just install Grub Customizer which will solve the problem for you.

Grub Customizer is a graphic utility to customize GRUB 2 of your linux machine. Use the following commands to install the Grub Customizer.

[sourcecode lang='bash']sudo add-apt-repository ppa:danielrichter2007/grub-customizer
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install grub-customizer[/sourcecode]

Hope this keeps your startup screen and GRUB 2 clean.
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    In many cases you wont be using an old kernel unless there is something dramatically wrong with the new one. So let’s see how to clean the grub and make it look slimmer and neater.

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    In many cases you wont be using an old kernel unless there is something dramatically wrong with the new one. So let’s see how to clean the grub and make it look slimmer and neater.

  • Robert Leleu

    I found no instructions to use this tweaker.
    However one can disable the current kernel…..