Woke up this morning to my computer booting into Windows 10. It shouldn't. Where's GRUB gone? We all know that Windows can screw Grub, on a dual boot system. The thing is, I haven't booted into Windows for over a week, and in the meantime have booted exclusively into Ubuntu every day since, and shut down again at the end of the day. I haven't installed any new software besides the usual "sudo apt dist-upgrade" stuff. What do you guys reckon happened? Would I be paranoid to be looking into this sort of thing? https://www.csoonline.com/article/3568362/linux-grub2-bootloader-flaw-breaks-secure-boot-on-most-computers-and-servers.html It's pretty annoying. Up there with the most annoying things Windows ever did. Don't worry folks! Up and running with Mint. Bye Ubuntu, thanks for the good years.