How to Enable and Disable the Windows Defender Sandbox in Windows 10 1809

Microsoft has recently announced sandbox support for Windows Defender, the default antivirus that’s bundled into Windows 10 to protect users’ computers.

Windows Defender has evolved substantially in Windows 10, and the latest feature updates brought many improvements, including more advantages functionality like ransomware protection.

This obviously pays off, as the most recent antivirus tests conducted by third-party organizations across the world indicated that Windows Defender can provide nearly flawless performance that’s on par with the one offered by leading security vendors like Kaspersky and Bitdefender.

Microsoft sees no reason to stop here, and a few days ago, the company announced a new feature coming to Windows Defender in a future OS update.

Windows Defender will run in a sandbox, technically protecting its process from malware that could com... (read more)

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