Spoon.net, a Seattle-based developer of application virtualization technology,
today announced a major update to its popular Browser Sandbox. The Spoon.net
Browser Sandbox allows multiple versions of browsers to run simultaneously with
no installs. The latest version of the Browser Sandbox adds support for the
latest versions of all major web browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Internet
Explorer, Safari, and Opera. In addition, Spoon.net now supports testing of
mobile browsers such as Firefox Mobile and Opera Mobile as well as pre-release
browsers such as Firefox 10 Beta, Firefox Aurora, and Chrome 17.
The Spoon.net Browser Sandbox is available online at
"The Browser Sandbox is a great resource for web developers and enterprises
that need to test or deploy multiple versions of current, beta, or legacy web
browsers without the problems associated with installing browsers on their
desktops or maintaining cumbersome virtual machines," said Kenji Obata, founder
and chief executive officer of Spoon.net. "The Browser Sandbox is a powerful
demonstration of Spoon.net's unique application virtualization technologies."
Available as both a web-based service and on-site server, Spoon.net allows
software publishers, enterprises, and schools to deploy and manage desktop
applications instantly to any user with an Internet connection. Spoon.net runs
applications in isolated "sandboxes", allowing applications to run side-by-side
without conflicts, dependencies, or modifications to the host desktop.
Spoon.net's unique hybrid client/server virtualization technology combines the
convenience of web-based delivery with the performance and robustness of local