How to enable Windows Sandbox in Windows 10 and map a host folder step by step

by Mar 14, 2020Software, Windows0 comments

How to enable Windows Sandbox in Windows 10 and map a host folder step by step

Strating with version 1803, Microsoft introduced in Windows 10 a new way to do fast tests on a virtual copy of Windows 10 without the need of a virtual machine and most importantly, without affecting the main operating system.

This new feature is called Windows Sandbox. It consists on spinning on the fly, a volatile Windows 10 environment where you can test software or other links without affecting your host OS.

In this video, I will show you how to enable Windows SandBox feature and map a folder in the host pc step by step using PowerShell.


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