If a EULA actually said what it meant:
This agreement is a legal contract that you (the USER) make to us (the VENDOR) concerning the product (the SOFTWARE).
The SOFTWARE that the USER is about to tolerate is a train wreck in progress. It is difficult to use. It is impossible to configure. It won’t behave as the USER any other rational human being would expect.
In short, it is no different than any other SOFTWARE the USER has ever installed.
The USER will not blame the VENDOR for the behavior of the SOFTWARE, even if the VENDOR would be found criminally negligent or deliberately maniacal. Rather, the USER agrees either to purchase additional SOFTWARE (the UPGRADE) from the VENDOR, or to abandon his data and admit his own foolishness in purchasing the SOFTWARE in the first place.
The USER grants the VENDOR an unlimited license to all information voluntarily entered into the SOFTWARE. If the USER wanted to keep something from the VENDOR, why would he be entering it into the SOFTWARE in the first place? What exactly does the USER have to hide, anyway?
The USER permits the SOFTWARE to contact the VENDOR periodically to transmit data collected about the USER. The USER will not inquire as to the content of the transmission. The USER will not interfere with the transmission. The USER will like it.
The USER agrees to allow the SOFTWARE to install additional products from third parties (the TOOLBAR). The USER will not expect a share of the compensation that the VENDOR collects from the maker of the TOOLBAR. The USER automatically agrees to any EULA attached to the TOOLBAR.
By reading this EULA the USER has already agreed to the terms herein. By ignoring this EULA, the USER is demonstrating his own ignorance and nevertheless agreeing to the terms herein.