Dual Boot (W10 and Android) Asus T102HA 2-in-1 Tablet-PC

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    I recently purchased a Asus T102HA 2-in-1 Tablet-PC that comes with W10 installed and if possible, I would like to install Android on the device so that I can use W10 in PC mode and Android when I use the device as a tablet.
    I know enough about computers to get myself in trouble so before I do anything, I would appreciate any help that you can offer which may be to simply "leave good enough alone".
    Thank you,
    Bob
     
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    Thank you something, the Asus T102HA 2-in-1 Tablet-PC runs on an Atom x5-Z8350 processor and has 4GB DDR3 memory and 64GB eMMC storage and W10 takes a large chunk of the 64GB storage so I am not sure if a Dual Boot is the right solution since I only intend to use Android for Netflix, Amazon Video.... and Kindle being that I'm not thrilled with the W10 interface for these apps.
    So I thought that maybe an Android skin might be a better solution, do have a link that you can provide me with for an Android skin?
    Thank you
    Bob
     
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    Thank you
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