Attosecond science capitalizes on the extreme nonlinearity of strong fields, driven by few-cycle pulses, to attain attosecond temporal resolution and give access to the electron motion dynamics of matter in real-time. Here, we measured the electronic delay response of the dielectric system triggered by a strong field of few-cycle pulses to be in the order of 425 ± 98 as. Moreover, we exploited the electronic response following the strong driver field to demonstrate all-optical light field metrology with attosecond resolution. This field sampling methodology provides a direct connection between the driver field and the induced ultrafast dynamics in matter. Also, we demonstrate the quantum electron motion control in dielectric using synthesized light waveforms. This on-demand electron motion control realizes the long-anticipated ultrafast optical switches and quantum electronics. This advancement promises to increase the limiting speed of data processing and information encoding to rates that exceed 1 petabit/s, opening a new realm of information technology.