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One way would be to flash a factory image to your tablet, which would restore it to the state it was when you first bought it. Depending on your model (wifi, or wifi + lte), you can find official factory images to for the SHIELD tablet on this nvidia website: https://developer.nvidia.com/develop4shield Following the relevant links, you will get to a ...
how to manually install Android lollipop on Moto x users see here-http://www.onlymyphone.com/2014/11/how-to-update-moto-x-2014-to-new-Android-5.0-Lollipop.html
Have you got lots of bloatware on your phone? (e.g apps preloaded on there by the carrier you bought it from). If so, and if it is bugging you enough to possibly void your warranty, you might want to try flashing a AOSP Rom such as Cyanogenmod which doesn't come with bloatware. If you're not into trying that, try a cache cleaner app. Good luck
I've managed to install and run Windows 3.1, 95 and 98 on Android via the BOCHS emulator. I believe QEMU would work as well. I've never managed to get the network connection to work. But I can swap data from my Android partitions to Windows partitions and run the EXE files. So in practice, I have to download everything on native Android and then copy it ...
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