I'd say chances are that 'FastBoot' wasn't turned off before Linux install. If one doesn't turn this 'feature' off (I disable this & Secure Boot at no charge to my customers), then there will be a high chance of file corruption. Because Windows was never shutdown, only in a hybrid sleep, a sales gimmick to make low-spec computers appear to 'boot' faster. These aren't being booted, rather awakened.
So it's best to also disable Hibernation on Windows 10 & also on your Linux. Since the version of Linux wasn't mentioned, I cannot provide a proper Terminal line, though can for W10. Right click the Start icon, clock Command Prompt (admin) & once open, copy/paste the below text in the box & press Enter.
powercfg -h off
Once you let us know which Cinnamon Linux distro you're running, can provide the command to disable hibernation (I prefer to give accurate advise), with a dual boot computer, it doesn't need to be on, and those with SSD's doesn't need it either. In fact, it's not recommended to have FastBoot nor Hibernation enabled with a SSD installed. Suspend will do much the same thing with Linux Mint when needed.
Please advise us so that the right command can be provided, I'm not going to assume that you're speaking of Linux Mint Cinnamon, though it's the most popular.