The homogeneity and quality of the glass are of major concern in the past due to use of crude processes. Metallic glass has come to the forefront of research and development, as it exhibits both high strength and low stiffness, resulting in very high resilience and thus, the ability to store and release elastic energy. The glass transformation behavior of any material is usually discussed on the basis of variation of either enthalpy or volume with respect to temperature. The formation of a glass from the liquid state, in contrast to crystallization, is a continuous path from the liquid, through the viscous, to the brittle state. As well as the versatile use of float glass in daily life, advanced processing protocols facilitate its use, such as impact resistance, reflecting mirrors and insulating glass. A wide range of properties are required to monitor and fulfill the reliability of commercial-grade glass products.