Boot manager problems, an eternal classic.
I'm here with my new HP Pavilion 14-bf110NS. It had Windows10 pre-installed. I installed Ubuntu 18 too. After that, it loads directly to Win. In the BIOS's UEFI Boot order, the first option is Windows Boot Manager and second one ubuntu. I moved ubuntu up. Then it starts with a blank screen for maybe a minute and then loads ubuntu. So, no menu to choose SO whatever the order of the UEFI Boot order.
In this laptop you still have the option to press Esc while is starting and then it gives you the option to select SO or open the BIOS configuration. If you do that and select ubuntu, then you see grub and you need to select ubuntu again. I'd love to press the power button and see grub from the start. Anyone knows?
I've been trying some solutions. One of them recommends disable the fast load in windows. I can't find that option where they say it should be. The powercfg /h off didn't worked neither.