Use a family computer between multiple users can be frustrating and we don’t often want to use different accounts. Your PC will store certain information, even if you’re running applications or even games, personal information will remain stored on your machine. For privacy reasons you may not wish for people to view this information, but surely there must be a more convenient way of using your computer without the worry of clearing this information each time you finish using your PC? If you run a game or application within a self-contained environment, you’ll find that the information is both kept in this environment and you’re less likely to be infected with malicious data.
Sandboxie 3.24 is a useful application, especially when using a shared computer that enables you to run applications within a sandboxed environment. All the information is stored not on your drive, but in the sandboxed environment which also helps to protect your system from malicious infection.
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