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How to use the Windows 11 Sandbox as a virtual machine

May 18, 2022

Via: ZDnet

I often install and test different applications and features in Windows as part of my work. And most of the time, I don’t necessarily want those new or unknown apps and features to affect my main Windows working environment. The trick then is to keep any changes I make isolated from the core OS.

I do rely on several Windows virtual machines running in applications like VMWare Workstation and Oracle VM VirtualBox. But sometimes, I just want a fast, temporary VM to do something relatively quick and simple. Plus, getting Windows 11 to work as a virtual machine in a third-party application can be challenging due to its onerous requirements. That’s where the Windows Sandbox comes into play.

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