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Manual-Testing - Why most of the software company preferred manual testing even though many automation testing tools are present in the market?




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asked marvit October 11, 2014 11:05 PM  

Why most of the software company preferred manual testing even though many automation testing tools are present in the market?


           

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answered By cipher   0  

beacuase of followings company prefers manual testing

1. Short-term cost is lower

Buying software automation tools is expensive. With manual testing, you won’t have to put the same up-front costs into the software.

2. More likely to find real user issues

Automated tests are just that – automatic. They’re robotic and don’t necessarily act as a real user would. Manual testing, on the other hand, allows the developing program to be used as it would be upon launch. Any bugs that may pop up when a user handles the program in a certain way are more likely to be caught with manual testing.

3. Manual testing is flexible

When one of those brilliant thoughts comes to you, something that could change the course of the project, you want to be able to work on it immediately. With automated testing this is difficult. You have to set up test cases, program it into the automated tool, and then run the tests. With manual testing, you can just quickly test and see the results. Automatic tests take more time to set up, which doesn’t allow you to test ideas quickly and easily.

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