Should I use GRUB or Windows bootloader?
Depends, both work well, use the one you feel most comfortable with. If you want support from the Linux / Ubuntu community , use grub. If you use the windows boot loader, your support will be either Microsoft or the Windows community.
What is efi and GRUB?
efi automatically. GRUB determines which operating system or kernel to start, loads it into memory, and transfers control of the machine to that operating system.
Would you like to use GRUB as a bootloader instead of system boot?
If you’re running a multiboot EFI system, systemd-boot can provide easier boot management and might even reduce your boot times. On other system configurations, or for uses that require greater flexibility than systemd-boot affords, Grub remains your best bet.
Do you need GRUB?
In short: there is simply no need for GRUB on a modern system.
What is the purpose of GRUB?
GRUB stands for GRand Unified Bootloader. Its function is to take over from BIOS at boot time, load itself, load the Linux kernel into memory, and then turn over execution to the kernel.
Why do you need GRUB?
GRUB has two functions: it serves as a boot manager, i.e. it shows a menu of entries that you can boot, and it acts as a Linux bootloader. In addition to this it knows how to read from a variety of file systems, and it can chainload another boot loader, typically for Windows.
When should I use GRUB control?
The best time to apply grub control is between early spring and late summer when there’s increased grub worm activity in your lawn. For grub preventers, apply between June and July just before they hatch while for grub killers, apply the treatment from spring when you see signs of grass damage.
What is a GRUB file?
The configuration file (/boot/grub/grub. conf), which is used to create the list of operating systems to boot in GRUB’s menu interface, essentially allows the user to select a pre-set group of commands to execute.