I'm new to Ubuntu, and I wanted to install it on my laptop (ASUS, running Windows 10 (upgrade from Windows 8.1), Intel i5 processor, 6GB Ram, 300GB storage).
I followed instructions from the Ubuntu website and made a bootable USB using the Universal USB Installer from pendrivelinux. I booted the USB through BIOS, and clicked install Ubuntu on my computer.
When I did, this I only had the option to install it alongside Windows 8 (?). I figured it might be ok to try this, so I clicked continue, and gave it 100GB for a partition. Installed pretty quickly, and all seemed ok. I got a message saying to restart, then remove USB and click enter. All good so far.
However, on rebooting, the laptop went straight to my Windows 10 login page, and when I check the boot options on BIOS, there is no option to boot Ubuntu. However, if I boot USB again, then it says Ubuntu is installed, and I have an option to erase the Ubuntu install and reinstall it.
I know I've messed up somewhere, I just don't really know what I'm doing. Any help would be appreicated.