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The two approaches are: Install all the browsers that you can on the computers that you have. You'll need multiple platforms: Windows, Mac, Android, iPhone, etc. Emulators and virtual machines can help. Microsoft released virtual machines for testing various versions of Internet Explorer. I can even get these to work on Linux. There are many phone ...
I've always referred to it as "browser and platform". It isn't a single term, but it is short enough. The header that that comes in is the "User-Agent" header. "User agent" is another general term for this combination. The only problem with 'user agent" is that the same browser on the same operating system can have multiple user agent strings based on ...
I am not sure its the term your looking for, but its means what you explain here. "Cross Browser Testing" - The BrowserStack is one of the tool from this category it provides a correct results on different OS and browser versions. Its uses remote desktop access method and you can even check mobile devices too.
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