I have a new computer that comes with UEFI but I'm unable to use Windows 10 and Linux in dual boot, after installation of Linux+GRUB and reboot it loads Windows without showing GRUB, notice that first I install Windows and then Linux, as usual. If I erase all the disk and install only a standalone Linux the GRUB works perfectly. I don't know if the problem is related to Windows 10 or the BIOS configuration.
In the BIOS setup I have UEFI mode active, the SECURE BOOT is disabled and the boot order is USB, CD/DVD, hard disk, OS boot loader and finally network.
My hard disk is 500Gb.
I used 50Gb to install Windows (partitions generated by Windows are EFI System, Microsoft reserved, Microsoft basic data and Windows recovery)
For Linux, I created /boot/efi 500Mb, / 50Gb and swap 8Gb (no /home partition, all in / root).
FIRST TRY: I created an EFI partition mounted in /boot/efi, installed linux, GRUB is installed without errors, but after boot it loads windows instead of GRUB.
SECOND TRY: I used the EFI partition created by Windows and mounted it in /boot/efi, installed linux, GRUB is installed without errors, but after boot it still loads windows instead of GRUB.
I thought it was a problem with the Fedora distro and tried with KALI and Mint, but still the GRUB is not loading, windows always start automatically.
Any idea of what can be wrong? As far as I understand, Linux can coexist with Windows in a UEFI based system, but it does not work on my laptop.