Windows Sandbox provides a lightweight and secure environment for running applications. Software that you install in the Windows Sandbox environment will run separately from its host. Windows Sandbox is temporary, all files and applications you install will be deleted when you close it. Minimal requirements to run Windows Sandbox Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, or Education build 18305 or Windows 11 (Windows Sandbox is not currently supported on Windows Home editions)AMD64 or (on Windows 11 Build 22483) ARM64 architectureVirtualization capability enabled in BIOSAt least 4 GB RAM (8 GB recommended)At least 1 GB of free disk space (SSD recommended)At least two CPU cores (four cores with hyperthreading recommended) Windows Sandbox Installation 1. Enable Virtualization in BIOS. You can check in the Task Manager whether the Virtualization capability is active in the BIOS. Open “ Performance > CPU ” and see the description at the bottom as in the following image: 2. Install Windows Sandbox Open “ Turn Windows Features on or off ”, then scroll down and check the “Windows Sandbox” option as follows. How to Use Windows Sandbox To use Windows Sandbox as a place to test malicious applications, you can do: Copy the file you are going to test to Windows Sandbox.Install or run the file to experiment.When finished, close Windows Sandbox. You will get a notification that all changes you make will be discarded and permanently deleted. Configure Windows Sandbox By default, Windows Sandbox has...