Now that Windows 10 May 2019 Update (1903) is available for everyone, Windows Sandbox is also available for use. However, Windows Sandbox is not installed/enabled by default. Here’s how to install it.
Open Windows Features.
In the list, select Windows Sandbox and tap or click OK to install Windows Sandbox.
The installation will request that you reboot the computer. Restart the computer.
Once the computer has updated and Windows Sandbox has installed, you can access it from the Windows 10 Start Menu.
Requirements for running Windows Sandbox:
- Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise build 18305 or later
- AMD64 architecture
- Virtualization capabilities enabled in BIOS
- At least 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended)
- At least 1 GB of free disk space (SSD recommended)
- At least 2 CPU cores (4 cores with hyperthreading recommended)