Here’s something that could make Windows 8 a lot more fun to use—a system that gives you the power to navigate the computer with your eyes, Yahoo! News reports. Microsoft’s newest operating system isn’t commercially available yet, but Swedish company Tobii has long prepared for its arrival by tweaking its Gaze eye-tracking technology to work with the Windows 8 interface. Gaze works by attaching an eye monitoring device that follows the movement of your eyes to the computer’s USB port. An onscreen indicator appears on the part of the screen you’re looking at, and all you need to do is click the trackpad to launch a program or click a link…

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