ComputerBase reports that the built-in RGB lighting control feature has become available to all Windows 11 operating system users.
In order for the RGB lighting control feature to appear in Windows 11 Settings, you must install the latest updates to the operating system. To do this, you need to activate the “Get latest updates as soon as they are available” slider in Windows Update. Once you receive the update, the new feature should appear in your personalization options. At the time of publishing this note, the author of these lines did not have this capability.
Back in May, Microsoft announced the availability of the built-in RGB lighting control feature Dynamic Lighting as part of Windows 11. Since then, the company has tested it as part of beta versions of operating system builds distributed through Windows Insider channels.
The introduction of this feature as part of Windows 11 eliminates the need for PC owners to install third-party backlight control applications commonly offered by computer hardware manufacturers. The latter often contain errors and do not work well. However, the function for controlling RGB lighting via Windows 11 is currently not supported by all components, as ComputerBase explains with reference to Microsoft.
Microsoft published On its website there is a list of devices that already support this feature. These are mainly mice and keyboards from Razer. The list also includes two MSI laptops (CreatorPro Z16 and CreatorPro Z17). Support will expand over time. For example, ASUS ROG Scope II Wireless 96, HyperX Alloy Origins Core, HyperX Alloy Origins 60 keyboards, as well as all Logitech G devices will be supported in the near future. Microsoft also announced that it is working on a similar issue with SteelSeries and Acer.