Hi! I've been trying to find an emulator for the main console of my childhood, but I'm having some issues, and I'd appreciate some help from people who probably know more about this than me, since I'm bad with computers overall. I've tried using KEGA Fusion at first, and I really like a lot about it, especially how it's an emulator for pretty much all SEGA consoles before the 5th generation of consoles, including the add-ons even, but there's one thing about it which really bothers me, besides the fact that it isn't open-source, I can't maximize the window at all. I know this might be an odd complaint, because most people play in fullscreen anyway, and while I can play that way, I prefer a maximized window, because it's almost as big as a fullscreen, but I can still se my taskbar, with things like my laptop's battery and what time it is currently. I wish there was a way to make it so I can maximize it, but I don't think there is, still, this is my 1st choice for now. I've experimented with Gens and its forks, Gens/GS mostly, and while it did fix the issue I had with KEGA Fusion, and allowed me to maximize the window, I had a different issue with it, the sound, it doesn't sound as good, and not only that, but for a few specific ROMs the sound is genuinely terrible, when it isn't like that in real hardware or in the emulator mentioned in the previous paragraph. I believe the best example is Ariel: The Little Mermaid, it has a clear issue in the opening and 1st level, here's how it sounds: I believe most would agree that it's terrible, but it's not like this originally, it should be like this: Much better, and on KEGA Fusion I can correct the sound bug by simply activating SuperHQ on the sound tab, or by pressing F11 on my keyboard to activate it that way. On Gens and all of its forks that I downloaded, I couldn't fix the issue, even when messing around with the plenty of sound settings it offers, and I have no idea why it behaves like this, and how to fix it to make it sound like in KEGA Fusion.