Ok, so usually (correct me if I am wrong), but when you install Grub, part of it gets installed inside the Linux OS. /etc/default/grub or /etc/init.d/grub etc etc.
My Goal is to get Grub2 to be my bootloader for Windows and have the config files inside the MBR and edit them from windows.
So How can I load a LinuxLiveCD Ubuntu/Kali preferred OS. Install Grub2 UEFI (and all config files) to mbr(? not sure if that is correct term) or "boot partiton" and have it find Windows, also preferably unhide itself (grub menu) until I have tested/configured it.
I think I need to manually create a boot partition with Gparted and give it boot flag for it to show up in windows., but then I need to still make ti work.
I think my terminology may be a bit off... to simplyfy:
I want to turn on my computer and see grub and have only one boot option, Windows 10. (and have no other OS installed on the HD)