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Manual Testing

Manual software testing is when human testers check the quality of a new application without using automation tools or scripting. The purpose is to identify bugs or defects, ensure the product is error-free, and check it conforms to specified functional requirements.

The process compares the behavior of a software application (or one of its components or features) with the expected behavior which was defined in the initial phases of the software development life cycle (SDLC).