New hotness turned to old and busted in record time thanks to Internet Explorer update
No, Windows Insiders, that isn’t your New Year’s hangover kicking in. After unveiling Windows Sandbox to much fanfare, Microsoft promptly broke it with a cheeky cumulative update.
We noted the imminent arrival of Windows Sandbox just before Christmas. Microsoft dropped a fresh fast ring build in the form of 18305 shortly after, which let its army of unpaid testers have at the new toy.
Sandbox itself allows apps to run in splendid isolation and works well, albeit with some limitations. It’s a breeze to set up (for Pro and Enterprise users at least), not requiring fiddling with Hyper-V and VHDs to get working.

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