So what I find a better way of reading the terms and conditions is to do it like this:
Open a word document, write down what the license is all about... (example);
OPERATING SYSTEM LICENSE
and then... jot down how many sentences do they got:
and so on...
Then you read the point, or just the main messages in each paragraphs, and jot down your interpretations
(2)The author certifies this license.
(3)The author doesn't allow copying of the software
(2&3) The author cares enough about implied warranties of merchantibility, etc... to disclaim them.
After you're done with this step, the next would be more focused. You could take your time to think about the meaning of the sentences and discover relationships of them with the reality you're facing, without loosing track of where you are now in your reading.
I found it often to loose track reading terms and conditions than reading other stuffs, perhaps because the sentences they all feel kinda impressionless for me.