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  • Vast Shadow

    If that was ever possible... There wouldn't be so much space junk in space.

    Look at how consoles of games are made and you will notice... Games look better as the console is out. But the hardware doesn't change.
    A hodgepodge it only seems... The software code is all that really change. This change is called compression. Code compression advances on a regular basis as there is always a more simpler find means to do something.

    Hardware is different... Transistors, defibrators, actuator, transformers, only compensate electricity into making the code work. Thats why you see Hz on all cpus and electronics... That is the speed/ frequency the computer amps at. Sorta like a light bulb... The circuit just bounces around, but unlike a light bulb the current doesn't just bounce back and forth... It charges and disrupts other components to function.

    As it sounds a bit more technical--its not--it is only a electric charge radiating through a series of components in a circuit. An there is also new trends to energize a board and thats how there is always so many newer, smaller devices always coming out. Each device has to be in a frequency harmonic or you could actually screw up the entire circuit or it would... Short circuit.
    Sure you could try and make a phone modulated... Like most PCs, but then you will need updates of drivers constantly and it makes it more expensive for the manufacturer to have to resolve old code into new products.

    This is how Windows is funny... You can play a old Apple game on any Apple device and computer... But you can not do that on a Microsoft product. They frame there compiling to only resolve to a table of new topology and so if the developer doesn't pay for that new compression table... Than you can not play that old game on the new Windows. Microsoft constantly forces developers to pay to put stuff on their system, but they have been changing habits in some things, even though a Windows PC is only good to play video games or blogg on.

    Thats irrelevant, but a code will run on anything, but hardware can only push as fast as its ability. An in order to have faster code.... You need better compression in the software or more ampped hardware. No simple ways around that.