I have dual boot with Windows 10 in UEFI mode. I don't want to use GRUB (but I don't want to delete grub). I want to use Windows boot manager. I set Windows boot manager as first boot device in BIOS and I want to add new entry to windows 10 boot loader to boot into Linux.

EasyBCD can't do this because I am in UEFI mode.

I installed GRUB in EFI partition.

How to do this?

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    should probably ask on a windows forums if you are not using grub/ubuntu software. – Panther Jan 13 '17 at 16:46
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    Boot-Repair also suggests this as one alternative for UEFI systems that do not work with grub/shim directly. askubuntu.com/questions/371559/… – oldfred Jan 13 '17 at 17:12

Simply said: You can't.

  • GRUB 2 is compatible with Windows.
  • The Windows boot loader is only compatible with... well... Windows!

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