Analyze Software License Agreements with EULAlyzer


While installing any softwares or games, we hardly read the license agreement that comes with it. One of the main reasons behind that is the long length of all those agreements and policies. But sometimes, those agreements may contain some things regarding pop up ads or transmitting personal information which we fail to see. EULAlyzer is a free utility that makes reading those agreements much easier by just pointing the important parts.

To start, you just have to click the plus sign button in EULAlyzer and drag it to the text which can be privacy policy or license agreement. The text will then appear in the program’s window and you will just have to click the analyze button. It will then scan the document and will look for keywords which may indicate advertisement, information sharing, trial etc. A report is then presented showcasing the important information. You can then take a close look at the report before proceeding with the installation.

This is a handy utility which can save you a lot of time as well as providing some useful information before installing any product. It is a freeware and works with Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista.

One Comment

  1. Talk Binary says:

    Sounds EXTREMELY helpful. I hate reading the agreements…they are extremely long. How cany anyone expect someone to read a really long agreement when you want to play some game?

    Thanks for the program!