GNU GRUB is a powerful bootloader that can be used to boot almost any operating system on your computer. It can even boot operating systems directly from an ISO file stored on your hard drive. It is regularly updated by open-source community of developers and is completely safe to use on your Windows PC. The only problem with GRUB is that is it not so easy to install on a system that already has Windows installed.
Fortunately, you can manage to install GRUB on any Windows PC running Windows 10 without any hassles using an open-source tool called Grub2Win. From the installation to the setup of boot menu, it makes everything easy for users of all experience levels. It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. It supports older BIOS and newer EFI systems. It supports both GPT and MBR partitions.
Based on your hardware and operating system, it downloads the relevant GRUB files automatically saving the user from all the headache. During the setup, you can choose a folder on your system drive where GRUB files are kept, you can choose to create a desktop shortcut and if you want to copy GRUB modules to the EFI partition.
After the installation, you can launch Grub2Win and it will display you the GRUB menu as it appears at the boot. From this interface, you can change the order of the menu entries as they are displayed at boot time. You can also manage, add, edit or delete entries from this list.
You can add entries for a number of supported operating systems like Windows, Android, Debian, Fedora, Manjaro, Mint, Slackware, Suse, Ubuntu, etc. You can also add many tools like BootInfo and Clover to the boot menu. It supports IsoBoot using which you can boot directly from an ISO file containing Linux.
Using Grub2Win makes is very easy to install GRUB on Windows. Furthermore, it helps you manage all the GRUB entries and settings. This way you can boot into dozens of operating systems on the same PC without any hassles.
You can download Grub2Win from https://sourceforge.net/projects/grub2win/.