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What are the different operating systems supported by Selenium?

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Different Operating Systems supported by Selenium

Selenium is not a single tool, instead it is a set of following components/tools:

  • > Selenium IDE
  • > Selenium RC
  • > Selenium WebDriver
  • > Selenium Grid

Selenium Components or Tools

 

 

 

 

As Selenium RC is deprecated and Selenium Grid is just a set of configurations, I will explain the different operating systems supported by the below Selenium Components only:

  • > Selenium IDE
  • > Selenium WebDriver

Different Operating Systems supported by Selenium

At a high level the following are the major and different Operating Systems supported by Selenium:

  • > Microsoft Windows
    • > Most versions of Microsoft Windows that are being used in the market now, are supported by Selenium
  • > Mac
    • > Current stable version and previous releases of Mac OS X are supported by Selenium
  • > Linux
    • > Linux OS flavors like Ubuntu and others are supported by Selenium

Different Operating Systems supported by Selenium

 

 

 

 

 

Operating Systems supported by Selenium IDE

Latest version of Selenium IDE runs on the Chrome and Firefox Browsers of the below mentioned Operating Systems:

    • > Microsoft Windows
    • > Mac OS X
    • > Linux
    • > Solaris
    • > Other operating systems which support Firefox and Chrome Browsers

Operating Systems supported by Selenium WebDriver

Selenium WebDriver works on the below different Operating Systems:

  • > Microsoft Windows
  • > Mac OS X
  • > Linux

Watch this video on “What are the different Operating Systems supported by Selenium?:” for more clarity:

Conclusion:

Selenium at a high level is supported by the following different Operating Systems:

  • > Microsoft Windows
  • > Mac OS X
  • > Linux

Next Steps:

    • > To learn more about Selenium, continue to the next post (Click on the Next Post link below)
    • > Check complete Selenium Tutorial Contents here (Click here)

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Arun Motoori (www.QAFox.com)

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