Test Application online on your Browser without Installation

I doubt that there is a geek who does not like testing new applications, especially in the case of free ones. The problem with it is that we have to download,install and then uninstall.

Also, Sometimes we couldn’t test all the applications because they are large or it is an Operating systems.  However, there is now an option. We are talking about click2try, a convenient Web service that allows you to test multiple free applications online, content managers and even some Linux distributions for free and without downloading or installing anything.

Click2Try Web Application

Click2Try Web Application

To use, simply go to their catalog of applications (about 40 items so far), and choose from the available options from such categories as Business, Education, Utilities, Web Development, Linux, Office and Productivity, and some that anything else.

Click2try includes Open Source community applications, exclusively. The applications currently include content management applications Joomla!, Drupal, SilverStripe, WordPress; Wiki platforms like TikiWiki, DokuWiki, and MediaWiki; ERP applications like OpenERP, PostBooks, and Openbravo; CRM applications SugarCRM and vTiger; project management tools like dotProject and GanttProject; monitoring and network management tools like Cacti; human resource management systems OrangeHRM and TimeTrex; a variety of developer tools including Trac/SVN, Eclipse, Bugzilla, Mantis, Request Tracker: RT, Redmine; productivity tools like Freemind and OxygenOffice; and Linux distributions like CentOS. Upcoming distros include Ubuntu, Fedora Core, and others.

The great advantage of this service is obviously that your operating system is not affected in the slightest, and you can do all the tests you want without worrying about the consequences. So far the list of applications is not too extensive but that if the idea goes ahead, will soon be seeing new possibilities.

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Nihar - August 20, 2009

Thanks for sharing this webservice


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