Windows 10:- Enable Windows Sandbox and test apps before installing on your production machine

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Ever wanted to test an application before installing? Now you can. In Windows 10, you have the option to enable the Sandbox feature which creates a replica of your machine as a Virtual Machine, allowing you to test and install applications.

Video Steps

1. Launch Control Panel

Click on start and then type in Control Panel and press enter.

2. Click Programs and Features

Click on Programs and Features.

3. Click Turn Windows Features on or off

Click the link "Turn Windows Features on or off on the left and a new window will open, scroll down till you get to Windows Sandbox and tick it then click OK.
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