gibson58 wrote:Is it safer when the browser is installed in the sandboxie?
No, it's just as safe.
If the browser is inside of a sandbox then its files and Registry changes would all be stored in the sandbox, and it would be easy to delete everything just by deleting the sandbox contents.
There would not be a reason to allow cookies, passwords, bookmarks out of the sandbox in that case, since those profile files only exist inside of the sandbox.
When a browser is installed inside a sandbox, if it gets infected by malware you cannot just delete the malware from the sandbox without also deleting the browser and all of your extensions and settings.
So having the browser outside of the sandbox and deleting the sandbox contents after each use is the better way.