The simplest solution is to press the Enter key each time it appears.
The less simple solution is to edit
GRUB_TIMEOUT - see here https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/GRUB/Tips_and_tricks#Hidden_menu
However, it is a good idea to install the LTS kernel as well as the latest kernel in case of bugs and problems when the kernel updates. Keeping this screen with a timeout would enable you to choose the LTS kernel if there are problems with the latest kernel.
you could also say what the issue is … the screen is the boot menu from grub bootloader… it can be set with a different theme also or you could change the timeout to zero if you do not want to see it… but it can come in handy in cases with boot issues p.e. booting fallback or lts kernel…
There are alternatives to using grub at all - such as systemd-boot, or rEFInd. You’d never see that screen again…
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