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@gmnenad Thanks for using Windows Sandbox! Adding full persistency support comes with a lot of challenges especially around servicing. The config file can be used to script a scenario to some extent, but it will still take some time for these steps to execute when Windows Sandbox starts. We understa...
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in Windows Sandbox on 09-11-2019
Hi team. Since this great detailed article there has been almost silence in this blog. I'm eager to hear more about innovations in windows internals (and I bet many others are!). Also, I'm curious to know if GPU virtualization support for regular Hyper-V VMs has got any further (@rickman_MSFT mentio...
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in Windows Sandbox on 09-01-2019
This Sandbox is very interesting, but without possibility to persist changes to virtual machine it is not nearly as useful as it could be. It could become much more useful if option is added to keep machine state after restart, something like <GuestFolder>c:\somewhere</GuestFolder> , and if present ...
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@virzak Thanks for using Windows Sandbox! Currently we do not have a github repo. You can use Feedback Hub to report issues and make suggestions. With Feedback Hub you can also see and upvote feedback from other users.
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in One Windows Kernel on 08-26-2019
While scheduling is a primary concern for performance, the end result is that all of the aforementioned considerations, and navigation of resource details creates microseconds of latency which further reduce the performance of the system overall. Scheduling should be a 2-5 instruction operation arou...
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