This is just one of those great virtual tools to run things in. It is a lot like others where yeah, stop the program prior to doing anything else and restart if it says so else booting can get rather funny and the pc can run badly. I've had this happen a few times now but learned my lesson.
Aside from that, this reminds me more of Avast Sandbox but BufferZone actually has control and works great. It doesn't hog your resources, you can safely run applications within it, it's FREE so that's a major plus, especially for keeping your pc clean and virus free.
You can't lose out by running this, test all your stuff safely. I want to note, as with Toolwiz Timefreeze which I also use, some programs may not run the same in a virtual environment which is why I have a dummy laptop to try things on if they have trouble, to justify it's the program and not the virtual environment.
I like bufferZone, but it does need a little help from the person using it. When your computer has booted up, and before you have done anything else, you need to right click its icon, and tell it to "unload." If you fail to do so, things will start going wrong. Your computer may lock up. I unplugged mine, and it was not damaged. Since that adventure I have always remembered to "unload" BufferZone. I think it really does make Firefox run a little faster.
Small learning curve but great app
Great virtualization software to isolate harmful activities from your OS. The intuitive GUI makes configuration a snap.
The downside is that it only works on 32 bit systems for now, but V4.0 should be released soon and will support 64 bit systems. Thanks Trustware
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