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A right way to change default kernel?

I installed Fedora 22 several weeks ago and some time later updated to 23. Now when I boot I have 5 or six available kernels. The default kernel has the word "debug" in its name and as it seems works worse than 23's kernel without "debug". Since I'm a novice I'm looking for a simple and secure solution:

1) How could I change the default kernel to boot without "debug"?

2) Should I delete some of the kernels? What is the "right" way to do it?

A right way to change default kernel?

I installed Fedora 22 several weeks ago and some time later updated to 23. Now when I boot I have 5 or six 6 available kernels. The default kernel has the word "debug" in its name and as it seems works worse than 23's kernel without "debug". Since I'm a novice I'm looking for a simple and secure solution:

1) How could I change the default kernel to boot without "debug"?

2) Should I delete some of the kernels? What is the "right" way to do it?