I was playing around with gdisk utility on my dual boot (windows 10 and fedora) by doing
#gdisk /dev/sdaX and found out that for windows partitions, gdisk said
MBR present while for linux partitions I wasn't seeing the expected
GPT present. This makes me wonder why do separate logical disks need a separate partition scheme? All this time I was under the impression that windows 10 and linux share a common GPT scheme which were located in a location where the firmware or kernel can locate it and it is only update when changes are made to the partition like creation or deletion.
Can someone clarify if this is true?