After the latest big Windows 10 update a few months ago my computer always resets the UEFI boot order to have Windows as the first entry.
This is not what I want as I want to use GRUB as my bootloader because it lets me select from all the OSes I have installed on my computer.
Is there some option somewhere where I can tell Windows to not touch my UEFI settings?
I already tried setting a UEFI password as suggested here: https://superuser.com/questions/1247300/how-to-make-uefi-bios-start-grub-not-windows
but that didn't stop Windows from screwing up my boot order.
I have Windows and Linux on different drives so I don't think I can actually use the trick of overriding the Windows UEFI file path as it is on a separate hard drive.