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What is EULAlyzer?
EULAlyzer helps you instantly analyze license agreements (EULAs), to determine the risks that software might pose. Advertising? Data collection? Hidden installation of third-party software? EULAlyzer breaks down long license agreements into easy-to-parse points of interest, instantly, to help you quickly zero in on potentially riskier behavior. Discover if the software you're about to install displays pop-up ads, transmits personally identifiable information, uses unique identifiers to track you, or much much more.

And it’s not just limited to license agreements either - use EULAlyzer to analyze web site terms and privacy policies too, or any other text you come across.

The Benefits:
  • Discover potentially hidden behavior about the software you're going to install
  • Pick up on things you missed when reading license agreements
  • Keep a saved database of the license agreements you view
  • Instant results - super-fast analysis in just a second
Release Notes for EULAlyzer 2.2
  • Improved Windows 7 support.
  • Initial Windows 8 (preview) support.
  • Improved installer.
  • Other miscellaneous optimizations and bug fixes.
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Spawn

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Wondering the same thing.

Sorry I know this is a old thread.
You have to copy&paste the EULA/ToS/PP into the program, it'll flag up common phrases and provide a rating. That's it. The rest is up to you.

It's still a work in progress, but you find this more useful.
“Terms of Service; Didn't Read” is a user rights initiative to rate and label website terms & privacy policies, from very good (class A) to very bad (class E).

This browser extension informs you instantly of your rights online by showing an unintrusive icon in the toolbar.
Homepage: Terms of Service; Didn't Read
 

ticklemefeet

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This product has been out for many years. The official forum is over at Wilders. and upnorth, you are correct about installing but sometimes they post the info on their web site which you can copy and paste also. It also works on Windows 10 because I use it.
I see they have a Pro version and it seems to work in real time.
EULAlyzer® Pro
 
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To be honest, if you are seriously looking for a special mechanism/feature and a soft provides it; you won't care much of the EULA, you will just use it...