You will be paid the prizes you win in real life with real money. Since there is no real money involved in the simulations, don't expect any payment from this site other than virtual ones. Was it necessary to clarify this...?
As stated in the former point, the speed of a simulation relies on your computer's processor. In general, mobile phones and tablets integrate lower processors than those of desktop computers. If the web app works slow or jerkily, maybe you have selected 'highest' speed. Try 'high' or 'intermediate' speed instead.
That's right. Modern browsers apply performance improvements by reducing the priority of several tasks on inactive tabs. The solution is to run the simulator as the only tab in a separate window. You can navigate normally in other window, with multiple tabs if you want.
The simplest way to transform an active tab into an independent window is as follows: place the pointer on the active CuandoMeVaATocar.com tab, click and drag the tab down.
If you intend to have a simulator running for hours (or even days) until you hit the jackpot (it will rarely appear before), there are some considerations to take into account:
Yes, you can for instance have the Eurojackpot simulator in a window and the Euromillions simulator in a separate window. Beware the more simulators you have simultaneously running, the more processor-intensive it will be for your computer. If two simulators of the same game play at the same time, only the latter will be a valid session. Prizes you might win in the former won't be stored in the Hall of Fame.
Not at all. They are just random combinations generated by programming, where all numbers have the same probability to show up. If you think picking your numbers basing on the number of times they drawn in the past will increase your winning odds, check over the gambler's fallacy.
This application is meant for statistical purposes. It lets you check the approximate frequency with which prizes are to be expected in some of the most popular lottery games and, in that sense, to create a model of reality.
The usefulness of the application will be the one you give to it, for example: