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How Do I Download Files?
To download files, simply have the file you wish to download open in your WEBGAP browser. Click the down arrow button at the lower-right hand side of the page that reads "File Download Scan" when hovered over, and your file is safely downloaded to your machine.
How Do I Open A New Tab?
New tabs open automatically on links that specify a new tab when clicked. You can also hold down the shift key when clicking on a link, duplicate the browser tab by right-clicking the desired tab then select Duplicate, or open as many WEBGAP browser windows as you need.
What Is The Starter Subscription?
WEBGAP's starter subscription is WEBGAP Go. For $5/month, a user can use remote browser isolation through our WEBGAP Go platform. WEBGAP Go does give the user access to a multi-tenet public cloud, ticket support for questions, and a monthly subscription model. For more questions, email us at email@example.com.
How Do I Log Into WEBGAP?
To log in to WEBGAP Go, simply head over to our login page at WEBGAP.me and login in using your username and password. Full screen the page using the icon in the bottom right hand corner and start browsing! If you are a WEBGAP Pro or WEBGAP Whoah user, please talk to your administrator about your login.
How Do I Get Started?
To get started with WEBGAP Go, simply go to the homepage at webgap.io and click "Sign Up" anywhere on the site. When you sign up, you'll enter your user and credit card information. When you're done, you'll receive an email from a team member with your login and user ID. If you're someone looking for our WEBGAP Woah (host your own cloud and use WEBGAP Tech) or WEBGAP Pro (Customizable for big businesses/enterprise customers), get in touch today to schedule a meeting with o
What is the difference between WEBGAP Go, WEBGAP Pro, and WEBGAP Whoah!?
A explanation of the differences and offered features of WEBGAP Go, Pro, and Whoah!
How Does WEBGAP Work?
On the user side, WEBGAP works as a private remote browser. This means that the user logs into a remote browser and their computer is physically isolated from the browser they are interacting with. This protects the user from any data tracking, malware, spyware, ransomware, malicious links, etc. while they are interacting with a browser. When the client logs out of WEBGAP, all and any recorded interaction with the browser ceases to exist. This brief explanation from our CTO displays how remote