"To use all Internet Explorer versions, you need to install Internet Explorer 9 on your machine. You don`t need to install older Internet Explorer versions."
Download free trial (call to action !) .... starts downloading the .exe immediately while showing you the page informing you "Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8"
I've seen this often: if you are selling desktop applications then state the OS support right away. Its very often several clicks to find this essential information.
and its curious that I have to look at the chrome of the window and guess that its windows, since I haven't even seen a windows machine in person for several years.
EDIT: also why the hell did I have to click download to find out it's Windows only?
(On a serious note, this looks handy)
What I assumed from their product description was that they're running all those browsers in VMs or some-such in the same way that browserify.com, crossbrowsertesting.com and browserstack.com do. That would be very cool to have as a local service but quite hard to pull of in a way that's nicer to use than just running a bunch of VMs yourself (which is a bit of pain).
Massively overselling your product isn't a good idea. If they sold it as what it is then maybe that's useful to someone. But implying that it is more than that just makes it look really really lame.
Are you assuming that Google Chrome packs Trident, Gecko and other engines along with Webkit?