Exploratory Testing is a type of software testing where Test cases are not created in advance, but testers check system on the fly. They may note down ideas about what to test before test execution. The focus of exploratory testing is more on testing as a “thinking” activity
Exploratory Testing is widely used in Agile models and is all about discovery, investigation, and learning. It emphasizes personal freedom and responsibility of the individual tester.
Tester selected a component, sample files, project to create, and defined steps to preform, if anything doesn’t go as expected by user, an exploratory bug is logged
Testers at Word Publishing behave as end users and carry out actions and tasks that replicate real-world usage scenarios. They actively study the program, examine its numerous features, and experiment with a variety of inputs, settings, and combinations in order to spot flaws, gauge system performance, and discover potential dangers.