For the last few years I have been running linux and windows as seperate partitions on the same drive. However, I recently got myself and SSD, which I have windows isntalled on, and linux now has the whole of the original SATA drive to itself. This means that I am now installing Fedora on a second seperate HDD to windows. It has been years since I have done this, so I wanted a bit of advice on what to do with the bootloader.
After getting the SSD, it became my default boot drive as Windows was the only OS installed at that point. However, I have now set the HDD with Fedora installed on it to be the default boot device, so that I get a GRUB menu letting me select Fedora or Windows. However, I was wondering if I should be installing GRUB on the SSD to speed up booting, or even if I should be using the Windows boot loader in this case. It might be important to note that 70-80% of the time I am booting into Windows, rather than Fedora.
The SSD with Windows on it is "sdd", while the old SATA drive with Fedora on it is "sda"