The current production version of QF-Test is 5.2.2: (Release Notes)
This maintenance update adds support for testing applications based on Java 16 and fixes a handful of bugs.
The medium upgrade QF-Test 5.1 focuses on bringing support for embedded browsers - JxBrowser (including version 7), SWT Browser and JavaFX WebView, up to par with that for "normal" browsers. It also comes with support for Java 15, native Electron dialogs and customizable HTML reports. The internal JRE provided with QF-Test has been updated to OpenJDK 8.
If you already have a valid commercial or trial license for an older QF-Test version, please proceed as follows to obtain a license upgrade:
Since QF-Test 4.0 it is possible to activate or update your license directly by use of the "Help"→"Update license..." menu action. Of course the traditional way as described below is also still valid.
The license file is sent via email and named license without any extension. The file is the same for all operating systems. Unfortunately some mail clients try to guess the file type and add an extension on their own. What you need to do with this file is to put it into the root directory of your QF-Test installation and rename it to "license" without any extensions, if necessary.
When you restart QF-Test the new license will be detected automatically and the program is meant to start up without respective notification dialogs. You can verify the installed license data via the "Help"→"Info" menu action at any time.
Latest version of the medium upgrade 4.2. Download directly here:
Note: New Windows Setup (details)