Discussion in 'Application Software' started by chara33, Sep 26, 2015.
Anyone use an alternative that is just as effective? Plz let me know.
come on guys. help me out plz.
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Ok, thank you for the clarification
I see that in Comodo Firewall, there is a section for Sandbox tasks. It looks very similar to Sanboxie but I have never tried it before.
I know it. I'm still prefer the Sanboxie's solution.
Using Acronis Try&Decide for years now on Win10x64 !
Like it very much , you can reboot by choosing " safe /discard chances" also...............
@ those still posting here, which include me, note that the thread is well over 2 years old and the OP, though he seemed desperate, hasn't bothered to come back to acknowledge or thank anybody.
@ Mr.X, though what you say is technically correct, something that serves the purpose, given of course that it does, can be considered as an alternative.
@ OP, and what is wrong with Sandboxie in the first place?
Finally, AVAST antivirus has facility for sandboxing. Any VM, though not a sandbox, will also probably achieve the purpose. So would a system image.
Big advantage of Try&Decide is the possibility to reboot IN Try-modus , coz lots of software only installs well ,after reboot.
Most of these software ( Defender etc.) dont let you reboot , if you do , you loose all the chances you made...........
I agree. Bear in mind, again, Sandboxie is sandboxing per application. Shadow Defender is system-wide light virtualization.
I consider it opportune to mention here that I've recently tried to use System Restore of W10 as a form of freeze or rather taking a snapshot, hoping that it would perform better than that of XP as regards restoring apps. I was disappointed.
Specifically, I created a SR point before uninstalling an app. But when I restored the system, the app wouldn't work.
Never happens on Win 7, suit yourself.
Afaik, SR doesn't backup the app but the registry only.