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Jan 10, 2020
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Hi Johnny, I tried Sandboxie on an older system in the past and it slowed down the processor. I think it used too much memory. Though the newer computers/laptops contain DDR3 (Double Data Rate 3) that is equipped for gaming, I still believe sandboxie would slow the system down but it was excellent protection against outside attacks and everything ran inside the sandbox instead of the desktop even though it appeared to run on the desktop. I believe sandbox programs were designed for the purpose of testing newly created software programs by coders/developers.

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