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Microsoft is working on InPrivate Desktop to protect Windows 10 from iffy apps

MICROSOFT IS planning a ‘sandbox’ for apps you don’t trust in a forthcoming edition of Windows 10.

First spotted by Bleeping Computer, the InPrivate Desktop feature would allow you to try anything that you’re not sure about in a way that won’t bork your system if there’s anything untoward.

InPrivate Desktop should not be confused with InPrivate Browsing for Chrome and Internet Explorer – that’s a mode for web browsing when you don’t want your wife to see where you’ve been shopping for her birthday present. And that’s all.

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