The Tech-Giant, Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) has launched its latest version of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16257 for PC, and Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 15237 for mobiles, and the entire tech market is going gaga over its features. Exactly one week after the launch of the Build16251, PCs on the Fast ring has witnessed the build number 16257, and the users are inching closer to an RTM of the Fall Creators Update.
With loads of features and state-of-the-art specs, both Insider Preview Versions for mobile and PCs also have come up with plenty of updates and improvements for Console, Input, Microsoft Edge, and Windows Defender Application Guard. However what has caught the attention of millions is the feature of ‘Eye Control.’
As confirmed by the corporation, the Eye Control feature for PC will make the accessibility of users with disabilities to Windows 10 easier and efficient. It will empower disabled users to operate an on-screen keyboard, mouse, and text-to-speech experience on Window 10 by using their eyes only. The experience only needs an attuned eye tracker, just like the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C, and users can quickly unlock the access to the Windows operating system for conducting the tasks. While previously users need have a physical mouse and keyboard for accomplishing the tasks on Window 10, the new ‘Eye Control’ feature will enable the accessibility with virtual keypad and mouse, with eyes only.
For setting up the Eye Control on your window 10, users need to purchase a Tobii Eye Tracker 4C, download and update to Tobii’s Core eye tracking hot fix release 126.96.36.19958 and run with the compatibility of your own profile. When the update for Windows Updates arrive, the new Tobii Eye Tracker HIDClass Driver will be found on Windows Update and will be installed automatically. Now connect the Tobii eye tracker with the PC and turn on Eye Control by going to Settings > Ease of Access > Other Options > Eye control.