Using Multiple Kernels
The Linux kernel is the core of a Linux operating system. It acts as an interface between your computer's hardware and the applications that run on it. Manjaro not only supports the use of multiple kernels (selectable from the boot screen), but allows easy access to the very latest, bleeding edge kernels as well. All available kernels installed on your system will be presented upon booting up, including backup copies of each kernel version installed. If sub-menus are in effect, you will need to press Enter on the second item of a set.