Compatibility testing test cases are a set of scenarios and conditions designed to validate the functionality and performance of a software application across different platforms, browsers, devices, and operating systems. These test cases help ensure that the software works as intended in various environments, providing a seamless user experience for all of its potential users.
Positive Test Cases
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- Verify that the application launches successfully on different operating systems, such as Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
- Verify that the software is compatible with different versions of the same operating system.
- Verify that the website loads correctly on different browsers, like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge.
- Verify that the application operates normally in different network environments (WiFi, 4G, and 3G).
- Verify that the application works correctly on different screen resolutions.
- Verify that the software is compatible with different hardware configurations.
- Verify that the mobile app works correctly on both the iOS and Android platforms.
- Verify that the application can successfully access and use peripheral devices like printers, scanners, etc.
- Verify that the software interacts correctly with other software installed on the system.
- Verify that the application maintains functionality when the device is switched from portrait to landscape mode.
Negative Test Cases
- Verify what happens when you launch the application on an unsupported operating system.
- Verify how the application runs on an outdated version of the operating system.
- Verify how the website loads on a discontinued or rarely used browser.
- Verify the application’s functionality on a slow or unstable network connection.
- Verify how the application displays on a device with a screen resolution below the minimum supported resolution.
- Verify how the application functions on hardware below the recommended specifications.
- Verify what happens when the mobile app is run on a device with an unsupported version of iOS or Android.
- Verify how the application interacts with incompatible peripheral devices.
- Verify how the application behaves when there is conflicting software installed on the system.
- Verify how the application behaves when the device is switched from landscape to portrait mode while the application is running.