This install contains Worldspan Go! client version 30.
Estimated Download Time:
30 mins. (56K)
1 min. (300K)
All computers installed with Worldspan Go! must meet or exceed the following minimum requirements:
· Intel Pentium/Celeron family processor or above
· 500 MHz minimum required or higher processor clock speed recommended
· 256 megabytes (MB) of RAM recommended, 128 megabytes (MB) minimum
· 15 megabytes (MB) of available Hard Drive space
· 2 megabytes (MB) of Video RAM or more
· Minimum required screen resolution of 1024x768, 17 " monitor recommended
· Keyboard with F1 through F12 function keys
· Windows compatible pointing device (e.g. mouse)
· Windows 2000 SP2 through SP4, Windows XP Professional Edition including Service Pack 2, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8
· Internet Explorer (IE) browser version 8, 9 or 10. No other browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, etc) are supported
IMPORTANT NOTE: Go! Client 30 is NOT compatible with Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows NT v4.0 or below and Windows ME. Do Not Download if using these versions of Windows operating systems.
Go! Res Customers may print a copy of the download instructions simply by selecting File, and then Print in the Explorer Toolbar. You may begin the download process by clicking on the link (Download Now) at either the top or the bottom of this section then respond as directed in the instructions. Worldspan recommends that all third party applications (except Internet Explorer) be closed during the download process.
1. Click on Run on File Download – Security Warning.
2. Click on Run on Internet Explorer – Security Warning.
3. Go! Res install default is c:\wspan as shown below. An option is provided to select a new location by clicking on "Browse". Please note that Go! Res Product updates will require installation on each workstation. However, the user could download to a selected network drive and update the workstations locally.
4. Do not interrupt the installation process. Premature termination may cause product performance issues if installation process is not fully completed.