I am currently dual-booting one of my laptops, but I want the Linux distro to be practically hidden completely. So far I have been able to make it so then you have to press Shift for the grub menu to show up, and I have encrypted my Linux root partition (I do not have a home partition). I've heard that you can assign a password to a specific operating system, but I'm a little bit confused about how to do it.
Can I make it so that Windows does not require logging in?
How do I make it so that only my Linux OS is password protected?
(Note: I am using Windows 10 with Zorin OS 15 Core)
Edit: I am not talking about the windows login, I'm meaning, can I have it so then grub doesn't require me to log in to access windows (in the grub menu), but I still need to login into grub to access Zorin. Also, the people I'm trying to prevent from getting into my Zorin root partition aren't particularly smart so I don't really care if they could just use a live USB or something to get into it.