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It was only yesterday that Microsoft announced a new built-in eye tracking feature for Windows 10, but the company is already interested in getting the accessibility option out in the wild. The latest Windows Insider preview build includes support for a beta version of Eye Control, as it’s called, so long as you have the compatible Tobii Eye Tracker 4C. To start, Microsoft is supporting only the US English language keyboard layout, with plans to add more layouts down the line. It’s still unclear when Eye Control will arrive as a fully baked feature, but it’s clear Microsoft is moving quickly.

The preview build blog post outlines in more depth how Eye Control actually works, with a breakdown of the new launchpad for accessing the…

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