View Full Version : sandboxie or bufferzone free
January 30th, 2007, 09:20 AM
i which is good between these to sandbox hips? i try geswall and it is good, but i have a problem in mmc snap-in. i always get an error. i try sandboxie and bufferzone free, both light.what do you prefer in this two sandbox hips?thanks!;)
January 30th, 2007, 10:21 AM
I've only tried SandboxIE, sorry. For now, i don't see myself going for anything else. Ask about SandboxIE or GeSWall, i'll see if i can answer, i've tried them. Bufferzone i don't know.
January 30th, 2007, 12:12 PM
I've used them both and settled for Sandboxie. BufferZone is bigger but I noticed no slowdowns or problems on my computer with either of them and frankly would recommend either one.
I chose Sandboxie, which I use occasionally because it I liked it better.
Actually, what I use 95% or more of the time is PowerShadow, a virtualization program that leaves absolutely nothing behind. You click a button to enter into shadow mode and reboot or turn off your computer to leave, and every single thing you did online is gone.
You can download it from a link in the above thread and try it if you like. The license key that registers it is in the 12th post. It's all legal. The key was obtained from the PowerShadow site.
It's another in a growing list of options, but is the one I would choose over either BZ or Sandboxie if I had to have only one.
January 30th, 2007, 12:32 PM
thanks to all of you...
@sir chuck, i already tried powershadow two days ago. nice but i didn't fits to my needs. i don't like shadowing my whole drive/s for this. i look for a virtualization hips accompanied by a behavour hips.
i like bufferzone do. like when i downloading files directly on my specific folder but bufferzone is still activate on that file. what im going to do is to release bufferzone on that particular file. but to many function is disable in bufferzone console.
snadboxie have a isolated folder where all your activities is in there. you need to recover the files after your work and that time consume. but it have many configuration.
January 30th, 2007, 12:56 PM
Either BufferZone or Sandboxie are excellent, in my opinion, and I've run both for a month each. As I said, I use Sandboxie now, but still have BufferZone on my other drive and can install it whenever I get the urge. I don't think you can go wrong whichever you choose. They're both great programs.
January 30th, 2007, 01:16 PM
thanks sir chuck...
maybe i go for sandboxie a couple of days if its fits my needs. if still dont, i go for bufferzone free..
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