OK I wanted to initially ask if this was a bug or not, I can’t properly remember, but apparently you can remove the running kernel from Manjaro Settings. I was pretty sure this was grayed out before, but can’t find a way to confirm. So I’m asking here, was it always the case or is it a bug?
If it is a bug then OK this needs to be reported and this thread can be closed.
If it is not a bug I think this is critical to block users from removing the running Kernel in Manjaro Settings application, and ask for this feature to be implemented.