I have recently bought an HP 15-BS540TU, which had pre-installed Windows 10 in it. The machine has BIOS legacy, NOT UEFI. I successfully installed Ubuntu 16.04 LTE alongside the pre-installed Win10.
But now here's the problem (not problem per se, but yeah).
When I power on my laptop, it loads the Grub screen, which has 4 options. The first is simply
Ubuntu and the last option is
Windows 10. So that's the choice that I get. Now if I want to load into Windows 10, I enter it, but it takes a hell load of time to get it up and running, around 3-5 minutes, and it really seems a lot (considering the fact that before the installation of Ubuntu it took at most 30 seconds).
Is that the dual boot screen I should be expecting? And isn't/shouldn't there be a quicker way to load the OS's?