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Old 23rd July 2019
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I've seen a number of favorable reports using rEFInd
rERInd Homepage

There is also a stand-alone install option for grub2
man grub-mkstandalone

The OpenBSD FAQ looks to lean toward rEFInd for Mac's - not sure about Win10.
OpenBSD FAQ multibooting

Not sure about bcdedit - the documentation is Win8 but the EasyBCD gui site says Win10/EFI support.
EasyBCD Website

I use grub2/linux or EFI/Bios and have no personal experience with the other options. Just based on my reading, I would tend to lean towards rEFInd. It seems to be widely used, has extensive documentation and Rod Smith has an internet trail of responding to problems/questions.
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