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Gail Howard Filtering Full Wheel Generator™ Lottery Software

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napi
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Posted: November 23, 2009, 4:52 pm - IP Logged

Hi  Has anyone tried the very newly released Gail Howard  " Filtering Full Wheel  Generator" software?  Just wondering if it's only a revamp of the old software with pretty much the same old wheels  & perhaps a few new filters thrown in??  Not sure whether to buy it or not, as I have bought the all her older version software & the new software may only contain a slightly differently presented, but same old software. (e.g. same old wheels, not made any more efficient than they were?)  Be very interested in to hear from anyone who has tried this software, or heard any comments about it. Is a trial version available at all??  Many thanks Big Smile

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    Posted: November 23, 2009, 6:03 pm - IP Logged

    Hi  Has anyone tried the very newly released Gail Howard  " Filtering Full Wheel  Generator" software?  Just wondering if it's only a revamp of the old software with pretty much the same old wheels  & perhaps a few new filters thrown in??  Not sure whether to buy it or not, as I have bought the all her older version software & the new software may only contain a slightly differently presented, but same old software. (e.g. same old wheels, not made any more efficient than they were?)  Be very interested in to hear from anyone who has tried this software, or heard any comments about it. Is a trial version available at all??  Many thanks Big Smile

    Full wheels are always the same so the only difference could be how to use the filers. I downloaded a free DOS wheel generator with several filter methods over 10 years ago and believe it's still available. It's called "free wheeling".