Microsoft might be adding a new feature to Windows 11 update and if you enjoy decorating your PC with RGB tools, you will enjoy this one. According to the leaked screenshot, Windows 11 will soon let you control all your RGB lighting in one place, without having to rely on different apps for different parts.
The original version of Windows 11 introduced Snap Layouts to work more efficiently with the windows on the screen, and although some of the options they offer have been around for a while, everything is more convenient now.
Microsoft is working on adding native support for RGB-lit gaming accessories to Windows 11. Gamers can change lighting settings without having to install additional manufacturer software.
A new feature was found in Windows 11 build 25295. Personalization includes Lightning related settings. You can adjust the brightness of the backlight, apply different effects and even choose a color that matches the color accent of the system.
This feature will undoubtedly pique the interest of many PC users. How does this affect apps like Razer Synapse, Logitech G Hub and SteelSeries GG? They are mostly the same, but you don’t need to spend a lot of time setting up your RGB lighting. The feature in Windows 11 is very easy to use, which cannot be said for all RGB control panel software that is occasionally added to a keyboard or mouse.
While Microsoft hasn’t officially announced the addition of RGB lighting control, the company is working on several new experimental features that will be included in a major update to Windows 11 later this year.