You want to try and test new software programs, but you do not want a potentially dangerous program to harm your current Windows environment? You need a way to safely isolate such programs so they do not interfere with the rest of Windows. To do this, you can contact Windows Sandbox, which introduced Microsoft with the Windows Update of May 10, 2019.
The sandbox provides an isolated, temporary virtual environment that you can use to download, install, and run unknown and untested applications. In addition to using the sandbox to run unknown applications, you can use it to check out websites that display suspicious, unknown browser extensions and add-ons, as well as other items that you may not want to run in your normal Windows environment. It also lets you install trial software that should not overload your Windows core system.
When malware or other dangerous content appears, it is restricted to the sandbox, leaving the rest of Windows secure and protected. When you're done with the application or another item, just close the sandbox and everything is gone and forgotten without leaving any residue.
The sandbox is lightweight. It takes only 100 MB of storage space. The main drawback is that Sandbox is only supported in Windows 10 Professional and Enterprise. Windows 10 home users are unlucky.
Let's turn to the sandbox.