With work and school becoming fully remote during this time, the need to have a fully functioning PC has become a necessity. The thought of your PCs failing or losing your precious data can be very detrimental to your ability to work from home or attend classes online. In Windows 10 there are quite a few options to ensuring that your operating system, data, and settings can quickly be restored. Getting back up and running again is easy if you know where to look. In this blog, you’ll learn a few of the ways you can help to protect your valuable Windows machine and put your mind at ease.
Last week, I published a QuickByte about the new Windows Sandbox with some insights on how to use it. One YouTube user asked “How do you create the files to run the sandbox?” so I created this post to break it down.
Windows Sandbox now has support for simple configuration files (.wsb file extension). You can use this feature in the latest Windows Insider build 18342. Here is how you do it: