If you have Fedora in your virtual machine, you should already be a bit familiar with the installer, so I don't think that it will be a problem.
At first you need a CD with your installation disc. You can use the image you have used to install your virtual machine, or better you get a new one with Fedora 14. You can burn that to disk with the freeware tool ImgBurn
. Then, really important, backup your valuable data, if you did not already have done that.
After that, restart your computer and boot from the CD you have burnt. Follow the instructions from the installer. You did not mention if you want to keep your Windows, or replace it with Windows, so make sure you are making the right decisions when it comes to partitioning your harddisk. Resize your Windows-partition if you want to keep Windows, otherwise delete it, and then let the installer create partitions in the free space. After that just follow the instructions as you have done in the virtual machine. Let the installer install the Bootloader Grub in the master boot record, and voila, install done.