How do you setup Windows 7 to be eye tracker friendly?

Larger Buttons? Single click to navigate, etc?

asked 04 Aug '14, 15:22

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There are a few quick things that you can do that will make it easier to navigate.

Make all Windows Explorer elements to require just a single click:

Start Button > (Type "folder") > Folder Options

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Control Panel > Folder Options


General (Tab) > Click items as follows

Change this from Double-click... to Single-click

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To make the buttons and toolbars in most of windows larger, and to use larger fonts, you can use the Display options in control panel:

Start Button > (Type "display") > Display


On the Windows Desktop > Right Click > Screen Resolution

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Click "Make text and other items larger or smaller".

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Change the option from "Smaller" to "Medium" or Larger" like in the screenshot below.

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answered 04 Aug '14, 15:32

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edited 04 Aug '14, 15:45

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