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Get current win 10 iso from and then use WoeUSB (available in Fedora) to create a bootable USB compatible with BIOS and UEFI.

To boot your computer from this USB stick once, after computer turns on, hit F11 and choose USB drive from boot menu.

In my experience the easiest way to dualboot Windows with Linux was to install win first (and allow it to create its recovery partitions) and then install Linux. That way you won't have to deal with fixing boot process, grub2 will pick up windows and offer it as a boot entry. When installing Linux as first, in some instances you have to later (after win installation) re-set it's partition as bootable and rebuilt grub2 config or reinstall grub2.