Gold software systems are all the rage these days.
For a variety of reasons, though, they can be a bit cumbersome to manage.
We’ve already covered how to use one for your home network, but what if you have lots of different Gold systems running on different machines?
That’s what software developers and systems integrators are trying to solve with a new tool called Gold System Software.
Gold System is an add-on for Windows, Mac, and Linux that lets you easily add, remove, or customize your Gold systems from within Windows and macOS.
It’s designed for use on Windows machines, and the software has already been available in a variety for a few months.
Now, it’s getting an update that lets other systems run on them too.
Gold Systems has been around for a while, but it’s still a work in progress.
In this video from The Verge, the company’s CEO Paul Rizzo discusses the updates.
“It’s a really cool update,” Rizzop said.
“There’s a bunch of great things that are coming up.
There’s a lot of new things.”
To get the software up and running, you’ll need to update your Windows and Mac system to version 1510.
“The best way to get Gold Systems up and working is to download it now,” Rizop said, noting that he was able to get it up to 10.1.
The update comes with a lot in store, though.
The company is making a major change to the way it handles security settings.
“In the past, Gold Systems didn’t have a very good reputation for being a security system, because there’s no encryption.
But it’s been getting better at it,” Ritzop said of the update.
“You can actually do things like encrypt files, and it’s a good idea to encrypt files when you’re going to share them with others, so that you’re able to keep track of what they’re storing, what they’ve been doing, and what they haven’t been doing.”
Rizops added that the company was planning to roll out a new system for “every major Windows operating system.”