Windows 11 will integrate RGB lighting control function
Now there are more and more RGB devices on the PC, but each lighting control system has its own school. It is very troublesome to get through it completely. Sometimes you even need to install multiple lighting control software, but this may change soon. Microsoft is developing a standard tool integrated into Windows 11 to take over the RGB lighting control of peripheral devices from third-party software.
Twitter user @thebookisclosed released a screenshot of the RGB lighting control interface in Windows 11 build 25295. The screenshot shows that a new personalization option has appeared in the Windows settings menu, which can control the RGB lights of external devices such as gaming keyboards, mice, and headphones.
You can see that we can control the brightness of the light, lighting effect, conversion speed, and color, and even match the theme color of Windows. This function can be applied to all USB-connected hardware, but it is not known whether this function can control the RGB lights on the motherboard, memory, and graphics card. Technically speaking, this is feasible but requires Microsoft’s development team to integrate more lighting control drivers.