Any user of a computer that has several components equipped with RGB lighting will know how incredibly intrusive all the software necessary to control it can be, which is why Microsoft is working on a feature for Windows 11 that will allow us to control the RGB lighting of our components in a completely native way.
The first news that appeared of this feature took place in Februarywhere it appeared in a Windows 11 Insider build in the customization section, but finally, as we read in the company blogMicrosoft has officially announced its existence, so soon We will see how we can control the RGB of our devices natively from Windows.
As expected, especially initially, the freedom we will have to configure our devices will be limited, but this should improve compatibility with devices that, until now, they have used any method that the manufacturer has considered appropriate, and there is no official standard for it.
In principlethis will start arriving in the build on Windows Insider this monthso it is not clear when users of the stable version will be able to enjoy this native system that would unify, once and for all, the RGB lighting of the different devices present in our team.
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