You can place a Sandboxie container on the ramdisk that will allow you to run FF in a sandox.
Personally, I take a different route. I use Returnil so that my entire system drive is effectively sandboxed. Same concept as the ramdisk - turn the machine off and you are right back to where you started from.
You have convinced me. I think I will try the portable FF on the ramdisk instead of just the profile. I just need to manually turn on the cache that the Portable FF turns off by default.
Thanks for the suggestions, edbro. I've read very positive reviews of both products, but never thought of trying sandboxie in a ramdisk.
Also didn't know portable FF turns off caching by default. I think mine is caching (it has a cache folder which grows and shrinks over time). How do you enable it, if it isn't?
This ram disk looks kind of good. Any opinions favourable or not?
I did try the freebie from QSoft. It's a basic ramdisk driver with a GUI. You install it as you would any driver. It does have an imaging component, but I couldn't get to work for me. Although free, I prefer the commercial products for their flexibility, ease of use, and overall polish.
If money were no object, I'd probably either go for the RamDisk or RamDisk Plus from SuperSpeed, or DiskBoost from Everstrike.
The difference? RamDisk Plus and DiskBoost are much more flexible and have more features (i.e. you can create more than one ramdisk at a time, encrypt ramdisk content, password protect image files, etc.)
For a simple single ramdisk, FarStone is my choice.
RamDisk and RamDisk Plus: http://www.superspee.../desktop/ramdisk.php