I'm currently wondering about the possibility of using Sandboxie to isolate and play games. To be more specific, many games come with forms of DRM that I don't agree with. SecuROM, for example, installs many files and null registry entries that are hard to remove after their purpose has been fulfilled. It blacklists programs from running. It updates itself silently, and installs itself initially without notifying the end user. All of these things make me uneasy about allowing it onto my machine. However, I appreciate the developer and publisher concerns about piracy, and I understand why sometimes DRM needs to be packed into a game. What I'm hoping to do is find a good compromise, wherein I can install a game into a fresh Sandboxie sandbox and allow the DRM to do its thing, but keep it completely isolated from my system's registry and system files. I'm not entirely sure how best to do this, though. Can I install the entire game into the sandbox? Will I likely encounter problems because the installation process might need administrative privileges, or might 'call outside' of the sandbox to try and access other processes? Will installing and running such a game inside the sandbox truly prevent unwanted alterations to my registry? And, perhaps most importantly, once I'm done with the game, can I just choose to delete the sandbox contents and dust off my hands, secure in the knowledge that everything's been swept away, with nothing lingering? I'm not sure of exactly how to proceed along these lines, but since everyone here is really knowledgable on the topic of Sandboxie, I was hoping I could get some opinions on how best to proceed, and what settings to use for whatever fresh sandbox I create. I've asked over at the Sandboxie forums, but I don't want to hassle Tuzk over and over again with questions I'm running the latest version of Sandboxie, and I'm using Win 7 Professional (x64). Sorry if this is a rather stupid or vague set of questions. Any information anyone could provide would be a huge help. Thanks in advance!