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I was dual booting Windows 10 and Linux Mint 17.3 Mate.
Everything was fine; I was able to dual boot.

Last night I decided to install Manjaro Linux and I did so.

After installing Manjaro, all I get in my boot menu is Manjaro. Windows is not there in the boot menu, so I can not boot into Windows 10 anymore.

Is there any way to get Windows 10 back in the boot menu?

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If it's BIOS rather than UEFI...

Install os-prober if it is not already. Then run update-grub. It should automatically detect the windows install and put it in grub.cfg so you can boot it.

If UEFI, I'm not sure why it should be different, but docs seem to imply it's relevant somehow.

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