How To Setup The Windows Sandbox Feature On Windows 10
In order to complete this tutorial successfully the following items are required. Please ensure to put together these items before taking implementation action on the tutorial to ensure success. These items are as follows:
1) Desktop or Laptop with Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise edition (64 bit) with the May 2019 updates.
2) 4GB RAM with Intel Core i5 processor (recommended).
3) Hardware virtualization support
Step 1: Check If You Computer Supports Hardware Virtualization and Enable It In BIOS / UEFI
3) Start by enabling hardware virtualization feature in the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) or Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) firmware.
Restart your computer and press the BIOS / UEFI entry key for your computer. This key is unique to each platform vendor and computer model however the most common keys to press are the F2, ESC and DELETE keys.
The HARDWARE VIRTUALIZATION options can be found CPU or CPU settings. You may also refer to your computer / motherboard manual to check how to enable HARDWARE VIRTUALIZATION.