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Exploratory Testing
The initial stage of software testing that is shortly described as simultaneous learning, test design, and test execution. The advantage of the exploratory testing is less preparation required for execution, bugs are found quickly, and less execution time.
Structured Testing
Structural testing, also known as white box testing or glass box testing is an process where the tests are derived from the knowledge of the software's structure or an internal implementation. It is also known as open box testing, clear box testing, logic driven testing or path driven testing.

Compatibility Testing
Compatibility testing is a method of software testing to check whether the software is capable of running on different hardware, operating systems, applications, network environments or Mobile devices.
Localization Testing
Localization testing is defined as the process in which an application designed for the international market is redesigned for release in local markets. This process involves pre-location testing, regional specification, language, appearance/ layout, and functionality.

Performance Testing
Performance testing is a technique which is used to determine the performance of an application like responsiveness, speed, scalability, stability under a variety of load conditions. This gives an idea of where should we improve in terms of performance before it goes live.
Usability Testing
Usability testing introduces users to the new design to ensure it is intuitive to use and provides a positive user experience. It will be performed with the actual user or customer of the product which gives you the feedback directly from the user or customer.

Automation Testing
Automated testing is a process to validate that software or an application function appropriately and to make sure that it meets requirements before it is released into the global market. It is performed with the help of various automation tool available in the technology market as per the requirement.
Contest/Survey
Applied statistics of human research surveys, the survey methodology studies the sampling of individual units from a population and associated techniques of survey data collection, such as questionnaire construction and methods for improving the number and accuracy of responses to surveys.