Recently we mentioned the possibility of using a virtual operating system to install and test software within a safe environment. This is fine, but is a long-winded approach to testing the odd bit of software, from time to time. A better option would be a kind of sandbox on your system that enable you to install and remove, without it affecting your system.
Sandboxie 2.79.3 is a free tool that will enable you to do this. A sandbox is a self-contained area that would enable you to test or install a tool or a game, without you requiring to actually install the software, properly. For instance, nothing will be written to your Registry and no DLL files will be added to your system. Once you remove the sandbox, the software disappears completely.
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