There are a lot of free ware open source programs out there. I was just thinking how easy it would be to reprogram, in like one line of text if not less, to include more pixels into the graphics, that would soup up the graphics to the next generation for a more powerful processor. this would be like saying to stretch the graphics more, except they will actually just be condensing the graphics with, i stand corrected, not more pixels, but splitting pixels into more colours. this is because the graphics are pixels carrying a charge, which relies on hardware, not software. this means we could easily have two or three colours into one pixel, giving more definition to them, of course. How about sound? how could we soup the sound up to be more than it is? maybe we could do that by making the program more sensitive, as, the sound card is only 'doing it's best' with some sound engineering programs - we want to get more out of the sound card with only programming, so, we could take a page out of sound engineering and begin the right sound at the right time, again, a line or less of programming code without worrying about the hardware.