Sandboxie is a program that allows Windows programs to run in a protected environment. This way, changes made by programs or web browsers are easy to undo, and there is no risk of affecting important parts of the operating system. Sandboxie can be used on Windows 7 or later and is offered as open source. It is available in classic version and plus version. on This page You can find the extras offered by the plus version. Moreover Some jobs Only available to people who support the project financially. The release notes for this release can be found below.
This release brings a lot of usability improvements most notably the ability to automatically enforce all removable media (requires backer certificate). Exclusions can be specified in Settings, based on the volume serial number, to exclude selected devices from forced sandbox mode.
This release also improves global hotkeys, as two new hotkeys have been added
BreakTo bring the Sandman window to the foreground with the highest set of flags, and
FTo toggle Disable forced processes, as well as End all (panic hotkey)
BreakImproved, individual sandboxes can be configured to be excluded from the global kill all command, but when the panic hotkey is called 3 times with less than 1 second between presses, it will terminate all packaged processes, no exceptions.
It is also worth noting the improvement of service processing that allows installation and operation of the GOG player packaged in a reduced insulated box with the following configuration:
UnrestrictedSCM=y RunServicesAsSystem=y NoSecurityIsolation=y Template=RpcPortBindingsExt
Further work is ongoing to make GOG work in standard sandbox mode. For a complete list of changes and fixes, please see the full list Change log.