It’s real: Windows 11 will soon let you control RGB gear without those annoying apps

If you’re a human being with an RGB-adorned PC peripheral, then you probably have a great dislike for its companion app. Roccat Swarm, Corsair iCue, Razer Synapse… they’re all functional, but the problem is they’re all annoying, each with their own updates, their own UIs, their own quirks. It’s worse if you’re using, say, a Corsair mouse with a Roccat keyboard, and want to sync them up. Good news: it looks like Microsoft may soon render these concerns redundant, thanks to a new Windows 11 feature.

During the same Build conference that brought us news of Cortana’s imminent death and the RAR file’s official support, Microsoft announced a new Dynamic Lighting menu, which will be couched within the Personalization menu. The Dynamic Lighting functionality will let users “effortlessly set up and customize their devices with RGB lights directly from Windows Settings,” according to Microsoft

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