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Comparium: Try your site in different browsers and OS

Do you have a website or blog? With Comparium you can try for free what your website looks like in multiple browsers and operating systems.

If you have a website or blog or are generally creating websites for your clients, it's good to check that they appear in different browsers and operating systems. The Comparium can get the job done for you with a single click, without having to install a bunch of programs and functionality.

Go to the site and type the URL of the page you want to check. Select someone or all operating systems and any or all available browsers and click the "TEST" button. A window will open showing all the settings you have selected.

It may take a while for all windows to load, especially if you have selected various configurations. Any options not available are gray, for example, Safari does not run on Linux, so it cannot be selected in combination.

You can add more configuration options from the results page so you don't have to go back to the homepage.

Comparium currently supports Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers 11.0, 8.0, Google Chrome 75.0, 74.0, 73.0, Mozilla Firefox 68.0, 67.0 and Safari 11.0. OS supports Windows 10, 7, Mac OS X Mojave, High Sierra and Linux.

Comparium saves you real time by controlling the way your web pages look. Try it.


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