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I would do that via Sandboxie Control's "Configure\Shell Integration" menu.


It brings up this window:




Which gives you this list.




Choose the program and the shortcut runs it sandboxed every time.


You could set it as a forced program, or right click the original shortcut and run sandboxed, but this method is probably better, and you wouldn't forget to do it.


EDIT: The clipboard I believe is stored in RAM, so can you sandbox RAM? Never thought about that one.



thanks Dennis,great info,i choose force program for mspaint

about the clipboard= i read that in antikeylooger or zemana.,,they say that many people copy/paste and that could be intercepted.

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