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The UEFI firmware's boot manager should enumerate options based on the EFI System partition contents, but I've seen some bugs where this doesn't happen. It's possible the boot entry or its number is missing from NVRAM. You can check this from Fedora with

efibootmgr -v

And you can change the boot order with --bootnext or --bootorder flags.

You can also boot Fedora from Windows. Press shift key when you click on restart, and you'll get an additional menu of options, one of which should be "Use a device", click that, and in the next list choose Fedora. I've seen navigating to this option vary somewhat depending on the Windows 10 variant, so you might have to dig around for it. But the main thing is holding shift + restart to get that menu instead of it rebooting.