Windows 11 will welcome Dynamic Lightning, an application for your RGB peripherals

Microsoft presented its new features for Windows 11. Among them, Dynamic Lightning. It is a HUB native to the operating system which allows you to manage the RGB lights of your gamer peripherals. As of now, no official image has been shown.

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If you’re a PC gamer, chances are you have an RGB peripheral, like a keyboard or mouse. To manage them, you have to go through manufacturer software, such as Razer Synapse or Logitech G Hub. Microsoft wants to offer a common application directly integrated into Windows 11: Dynamic Lightning.

The idea is therefore to supplant this third-party software (and often synonymous with gasworks) with a window directly included in Windows settings:

“With Dynamic Lightning, Windows users will be able to effortlessly set up and customize their peripherals with RGB lights directly from Settings. It has never been easier to harmonize your LEDs in Windows”.

Windows wants to offer an application for RGB LEDs

This Microsoft solution has several advantages. First, it would bypass official software, which is often painful. Who has never railed against the slowness of a Razer Synapse? It will also give the possibility harmonize your setup without going through several applications if you have devices of different brands. If you have a Logitech mouse, a Razer keyboard, and a Steelseries headset, you don’t need to access three different apps.

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For the moment, the Redmond firm has not shared any images from this menu. In fact, this isn’t the first time we’ve heard of it. It has indeed already leaked, with visuals, last February. So we can get an idea of ​​how it works. Dynamic Lightning is expected to arrive very soon for Insiders. As of this month promises Microsoft. We will of course be eager to try it as soon as the build is online.

This feature is just one announcement among others, since during its Build event, the American company announced a lot of new features. The most important is Copilot, which puts AI to work in the very operation of Windows 11. A real game-changer.

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