Run High Risks Programs In a Protected Environment With Sandboxie

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http://www.liberiangeek.net – Sandboxie is a cool Windows program which lets you run risky programs such web browsers or any program in a virtual sandbox environment. This isolates the vital part of your PC from viruses, Trojans, keyloggers and other malware products which may want to do harm to your computer. Programs running in that isolated sandbox environment will be prevented from making permanent changes to other programs or data on your computer.   In this short tutorial, I’ll show you how to implement Sandboxie in Windows and stop malware programs from damaging your expensive computers. Sandboxie now supports Windows 2000 through Windows 7 both 32-bit and 64-bit computers.   1) Get Sandboxie from here and install on your Windows computers. Click the green download button on the site to begin downloading.       2) When prompted click Run         3) Select your language and accept the License Agreement.       4) Choose the install location and click Install. Once done click Finish. On the next screen, click Next for Driver Installation.       5) When prompted here, click Add then click OK.       6) Next go to Start –> Programs –> Sandboxie Control, then select it.       7) Right click on Sandbox DefaultBox then select Sandbox Settings.       Below Applications, you can configure various applications to run in Sandboxie. You can also prevent an application from accessing the Internet from here.       9) For Registered Version Only: You can force Internet Explorer to always run in Sandboxie. The free version will allow you to run Internet Explorer but you’ll have to manually select the Sandboxie edition.       10) Do the same for Firefox, Chrome, PDF/Printing, and other Desktop Utilities if you like.       11) PDF printer can also be configured to run in Sandboxie.     12) To manually run any program in Sandboxie, click –> Start –> Programs –> Sandboxie, then select ‘Run and program in sandboxed’ When prompted click OK.     14) Type the program name in the box and click OK.       If you’re looking for program that will secure all your risk prone program in Windows, this program is a good bet. (HowTos)