Testing of Windows Application

  • Status Closed
  • Budget $30 - $75 USD
  • Total Bids 23

Project Description

I need detailed testing of a Windows program that allows users to securely store and retrieve a variety of information, including user IDs and passwords.

I need all of the features tested, I need to check for spelling and grammar errors, and I need to know what is confusing or missing.

I need someone who will not only test the normal scenarios, but can think of possible scenarios that a user might take which would cause the application to experience errors.

I want someone who can "break" the app - someone who is looking for bugs, not someone who is looking to make things work.

I want someone who will work hard to try things that the developers did not think of and, upon execution, will show flaws in the app.

Your goal with this project is to break the application. Try all kinds of combinations and scenarios to attempt and find bugs.

I also want you to document suggestions you have or improvements to useability, based on what is confusing to you. And, of course, please tell me any misspelled words or grammar mistakes.

The defect report will be due 3 days after the bid is accepted.

You will provide a report at the end of 3 days of testing.

I expect a full three days of testing. Please do not place a bid, test for one day, and then provide a report.

I will send you the program in a separate message.

All problems, suggestions, and bugs must be fully documented with screen shots, and be provided to me in either MS Word, MS Excel, or .pdf format.

## Deliverables

Site developed using C# .NET. It has one part that runs on Windows 2000/XP/Vista and one part that runs on Windows Mobile. I want to make sure it works on XP, Vista, and Windows Mobile.

Attached are the requirements for the application to be tested

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