Microsoft is working to bring native support for RGB PC gaming accessories to Windows 11. The Windows lighting experience includes the ability for PC gamers to configure RGB lighting accessories without installing third-party software.
Twitter user Albacore has seen early work integrating this new lighting experience into Windows 11 in the latest public test builds of the operating system. Options for controlling brightness, lighting effects, speed, and colors can all be found in Windows 11’s Settings interface. There’s even a feature that matches your accessories to the Windows accent color.
Microsoft’s own native lighting control would mean Windows 11 users wouldn’t have to install apps from Razer, Corsair, Logitech, and others to get basic support for customizing RGB effects.
Microsoft hasn’t officially announced its lighting support for Windows 11 yet, but the company is working on some experimental features that are expected to appear in a larger update to Windows 11 later this year.