Microsoft Working on InPrivate Desktop Security Feature for Windows 10
Microsoft is working on a new Windows 10 feature called InPrivate Desktop and specifically supposed to let users in an enterprise network run apps in a sandboxed environment.
The new feature would work similarly to a virtual machine that automatically resets every time it’s closed, without letting content from untrusted sources to alter system files in any way.
This means InPrivate Desktop could become a testing platform for applications coming from third-party sources that could harm the system, all without risking any damage. For example, running software that may be infected wouldn’t have any impact on a target computer, all because its files would be stored in a sandboxed environment without access to system files.