I have just installed Pop!_OS on my Windows 10 pc. I have a 256 GB SSD and 1TB HDD. Windows is installed on the 256GB SSD. I installed the Pop!_OS on the HDD by making 50GB unallocated space and then using it for the boot (I had not to do this in Ubuntu?) one for swap and one for the root.
Now when I go to boot options on startup, I see two options for Pop!_OS. One says something like OS Boot Manager Pop!_OS and another says EFI Hard Disk Pop!_OS. Why are there these two options instead of one? And why do I need to create a new EFI boot partition for this which was not needed in Ubuntu?
What would happen if during installation of Pop!_OS, I select the EFI partition of Windows for Pop!_OS?