The Spoon.net Browser Sandbox lets you run any browser instantly from the web without the need to install it. You can run multiple browser versions, like Internet Explorer 6 and 8, on the same machine at the same time.
Spoon.net launches applications in an isolated virtual container using a small browser plugin. Settings and state synchronize to your Spoon.net account.
Browsers run within isolated virtual containers with all required dependencies. This eliminates the need for installs and allows legacy browsers like IE 6 to run on newer operating systems like Windows 7 and 8. More Info »
You can run any amount of browsers side-by-side without conflict, and there are no limits on hours of usage or number of concurrent tests. Launch IE 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 alongside one another on any Windows machine or Windows VM.
Virtualized browsers behave exactly like installed browsers, and because they execute locally, you can test web applications hosted on your own development machine or internal servers.
Rather than accessing browsers in a far-away server operated by Spoon, Spoon works by delivering browsers in virtual containers that execute on the local machine. The browser uses local resources and runs on the test machine's network. No traffic is ever transmitted over Spoon's servers or network.
Because Spoon's delivery model is different than other testing services, you don't have to worry about wait times or test queues. Spoon browsers launch in seconds, even over slow network connections.
Need to test a web application with a Java dependency? Want to see if Flash breaks your website? Browser Studio is Spoon's three-step tool for creating custom browser environments. Pick your browser and version, pick the runtimes and plugins you need, and click "BUILD." More Info »