How to install linux as 2nd OS?

Good time of day. The PC has 2 disk - HDD is partitioned, one partition I created specifically for linux, and gave him a 500 GB SSD on which Windows is installed 10. How to make so that when you turn on a PC before the OS had a choice of what OS to run?

Yes, you know, were there questions like mine, but the solutions I found, Google also tried(maybe not well).

P. S. I want to Install Kali Linux(Suddenly it matters).

For earlier thanks for the reply.
July 2nd 19 at 14:17
2 answers
July 2nd 19 at 14:19
Read here here, especially about the OS Prober.
In General, I would recommend to still use a virtual machine, because for normal everyday use Kali little choice but to reboot back and forth it's sad)) And set to virtula and wind will be as the basis and Kali will be on hand.
UPD. And why do You need 500GB for Kali? 50GB(if we are really in a big way(though again the question why so many?), let it be 100GB)) will be more than eyes, or do You have a passlist over 400GB?))
Well, I have a HDD 2 TB, employs more than 1/5. Singled out a stock, suddenly the files must be stored in large quantity. Thanks for the answer) - Kaden.Stamm commented on July 2nd 19 at 14:22
: I do have another partition on 450Гб to phylogenesis and keep them all there(if you want to make a home in this section), if you want to rearrange Kali or replace with another distro, no need to fuss with transferring and saving files.
But again, I repeat, Kali is a specialized and very powerful tool for everyday use it is to put it mildly is not very convenient, it is convenient to work/study(for IB) - jace_Waters27 commented on July 2nd 19 at 14:25
July 2nd 19 at 14:21
Take it and put.Grub will find himself Windu and throw into the configuration.
Set. Nothing worked. - Kaden.Stamm commented on July 2nd 19 at 14:24

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