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Experitest Lab hosts various types & versions of Desktop Browsers that can be used for manual testing and debugging.

The Browsers page displays all supported browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Edge), versions and OS that can run Selenium Grid tests.

When selecting a browser, the supported version and operating system will be displayed. (In this example, Chrome version 68 can run selenium tests on both Windows 10 and Mac OS X High Sierra and 66 only on Mac OS X High Sierra) 

Click on the operating system in the line of the version you want and a new tab will be opened with the selected browser. 

In the example below, we have opened Firefox browser version 61.0.1 for manual testing.

More information:

  • Each browser manual session consumes one Browser License.
  • The session will expire when the default timeout is reached.
  • Users then use manual browser session don't have access to files on the inner machine.
  • Actions that are available in manual browser session:
    On Windows Selenium machine
    1. Click on an element.
    2. Right-Click.
    3. Ctrl + shift + - to zoom-in and zoom-out.
    4. F5 to refresh.
    5. F12 to open the web developer tools.
    6. Send text.
    7. Scrolling up and down.
    8. The inner browser can be resized.
    On Mac Selenium machine
    1. Click on an element.
    2. F12 to open the web developer tools (to open Safari inspect with Microsoft keyboard press WIN-key + Alt + i).
    3. Send text.
    4. Scrolling up and down.
    5. The inner browser can be resized.
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