Actually SD can virtualise every detected local disk...no matter is it system disk or some other for privat data...and even more it can do this with removable disk if it's inserted.
indeed, my post was about a potential keylogger sitting on the system so i didnt mentioned non-system drivesActually SD can virtualise every detected local disk...no matter is it system disk or some other for privat data...and even more it can do this with removable disk if it's inserted.
I know...your post was useful but my was to remind some important features of SD which sometimes are forgotten. You know that not all LV app protect other disksindeed, my post was about a potential keylogger sitting on the system so i didnt mentioned non-system drives
Grabed Sandboxie lifetime some years ago, still rocking, but not as frequent anymore, since not doing anything shady on host system, just browsing the web. I even find myself now rarely using Shadow Defender, darn, you brought up good question.. I have become a boring Windows user, not installing or running anything unknown. #timetobuychromebook
I don't do anything shady either but even the most careful person will come across spyware and malware or worse so it is an easy to use layer of protection. The biggest reason I run my browsers in Sandboxie is not for that protection however, it is so I have a clean browser each time start it, no tracking cookies, no browsing history, no nothing.
You can use extensions that clear cookies and history on exit but they often they don't get everything, with Sanboxie when you shut down the browser nothing from that browsing session is left.
comparsion/replace is wrong, they work diferently...I have not used it in years. I use Sahadow Defender instead.
Right now I use a VM.