They both passed our suite of compatibility tests, and we’re not aware of any issues. For those running Windows 7: just install and enjoy!
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We’re happy to announce the release of EULAlyzer 2.0.
Many bad or potentially unwanted pieces of software like to bury what they plan on doing in their license agreements. And, truth be told, most people simply don’t take the time to fully read the license agreements for programs they install. So the bad guys get away with it, and most people have no idea what they might be agreeing to.
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.
And it’s not just limited to license agreements either – use it analyze web site terms and privacy policies too, or any other text you come across.
The new EULAlyzer 2.0 is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, 2003 and Vista.
More information and free download are here:
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