I have a PC with 5 hard drives (SSD and HDD). One of the drives has Windows 10. In the past, I have tried to install Ubuntu and Windows using the following method so there will be no interference between the two operating systems:
I Simply removed all the hard drives, except the one that I wanted to install Ubuntu, then install ubuntu and connect other hard drives. Then select the boot drive using the BIOS.
Can I do the same thing without taking out taking all the drives?
I mean I do not like to see the GRUB on boot, I want windows to boot as default without the need for GRUB.