I'm using Ubuntu 18.04 and Windows 10 on my laptop (Samsung 9 Always). I'm switching back and forth between the two OSs. I became to wonder if I can save all the open applications and data before switching the OSs like making the system hibernate by saving its status into HDD or SSD. However, in reality, after making one OS hibernate, I cannot reboot the system into another one. Instead, the system always wakes up in the same OS without allowing me to choose a different OS.
Is there any possible way to make one OS hibernate with applications and data safely stored and make the system reboot another one?