How to Enable Windows Sandbox to Safely Test Apps

Windows Sandbox provides an isolated, temporary desktop where users can run software that might make unwanted changes to Windows. In short, Windows Sandbox is half app, half virtual machine. It lets you quickly spin up a virtual clean OS imaged from your system’s current state so that you can test programs or files in a secure environment that’s isolated from your main system

Every time Windows Sandbox is started, users are presented with a clean installation of Windows, meaning no files are preserved from the previous session. And unlike Hyper-V virtual machines, you won’t need to download load a Windows image file to work with Windows Sandbox.

Prerequisites include: Windows 10 Insiders Program - Build 18305 +