Anything like sandbox IE for windows 7 64

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  1. divedog

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    Just wondering if there is anything like Sandbox IE for windows 7 64 bit?
     
  2. Rainwalker

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    Not for Vista or Windows 7.
     
  3. acr1965

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    I think ZoneAlarm's Forcefield may be Win 7, 64 bit compatible but with Firefox and IE only. Also, Kaspersky Internet Security has a "safe run" feature that (I believe) runs programs with reduced privileges which should be Win 7, 64 bit compatible. You will have to check the specs to make sure though.
     
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    Thanx I will give force field a try.
     
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    Trying out Comodo Time Machine and seems OK-ish so far but I don't hook that drive with Win 7 64 bit installed too often.
     
  6. acr1965

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    Let us know how it works out.
     
  7. Defcon

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    Good question, I was looking for the exact same thing and learnt about 2 new products (Forcefield and time machine). Funnily enough both are named on scifi, I hope they are more real :)
     
  8. acr1965

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    Just seen in the ZA forum that forcefield does not yet support FF 3.5. Why it is so difficult for a company to keep their facts straight is beyond me. Under "system requirements" it clearly says that forcefield supports FF 3.5. The forum says otherwise. No wonder ZA gets the rap it gets.
     
  9. Osaban

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    Well, there is the newly released Shadow Defender and DeepFreeze for 64 systems.
     
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    There's also Returnil RVS 2010.
     
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