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If all you want is to dual boot then,install fedora normally and GRUB will autodetect the windows bootloader( if you are dual booting with windows 7 or previous ones). Now,if you are running Win 8 or Win 10,even after installing fedora your system will boot into windows.To fix this you can run easyBCD as said and 'add a new entry' of linux on the partition you have installed fedora.Save settings and on the next reboot you will see two option in your metro bootloader ,one for Windows and other which you added for fedora, clicking the other will boot into fedora via GRUB.