As you may already know, Windows Sandbox an isolated, temporary desktop environment where you can run untrusted software without the fear of lasting impact to your PC. In addition to the GUI method of enabling the feature, I would like to share two extra methods, PowerShell and DISM.
As you may remember, there was a Windows feature called "InPrivate Desktop" which was a work-in-progress. Now it is officially revealed under the name "Windows Sandbox". Let's see what it does and how to enable it.
A new post on Windows 10 Insider Feedback hub revealed a new upcoming feature of Windows 10. It is currently called "InPrivate Desktop". It adds a native sandboxed environment which will allow executing of untrusted apps in a secure isolated sandbox that will prevent apps from making any harmful changes to the OS.