This question has been asked and answered many times before.
There are a number of free functional test tools around, but how useful they will be will depend upon what type of application you are testing and your technical ability (most free tools required you to hand craft scripts rather than rely upon capture and replay).
I've not checked but I think Danny's site is the most comprehensive. You could try looking on Sourceforge (http://sourceforge.net/) but I think Danny has the majority covered.
What exactly is it that you are looking for in a test automation tool?
There are some lo-cost alternatives to tools such as winrunner. A couple areTestComplete and AutoIT.
Test Automation is not a cheap option and can take some time before you reap the benefits. Although opensource tools are free there is usually a cost associated with them in setting up and using the tools.
Although a tool can be expensive, the most expensive part is finding a tool that works for you and the time invested to make it work. If you spend many hours using the tool, then find out it does not work for you, that is the real cost.
Originally posted by sachin waikar: Hi
I have seen the site but many more tools are not working as per define role. Do u know any other site for the same
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">Remember you are looking for free - you get what you pay for and if free is a requirement you may have to compromise in other areas. Many of the free tools have some excellent features and a lot of hard work has been done to build them.
I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work" --Thomas Edison
Here is an opportunity to make a contribution in lieu of obtaining a free tool.
Try it out, work with it, identify strengths and weaknesses, and forward your evaluation to the tool developer. Sometimes a new version will have your suggestions incorporated within a short time but in general it is the least you can do.
The purpose of making a tool available for free is to get that kind of feedback in return for the use of that trial version. Be a member in good standing in the IT community. If you want to find free tools, provide free testing and free advise on how the tool can be improved. If you don't see fit to participate in this process then stay with commercial tools, pay the price, and bitch at the vendor if it doesn't do what you want.