Windows 11 users would soon be able to control their RGB lighting using their computers without the need for third-party apps.

The feature will be called “Dynamic Lighting,” which will employ the open HID LampArray standard. According to Microsoft, this feature is made possible through its partnership with different brands like Acer, Asus, HP, HyperX, Logitech, Razer, and Twinkly. The company shared the plan to expand these partnerships to cater to more device brands in the future. 

Once officially rolled out, the feature will be able to control the lighting of their devices, including peripherals, such as mouse and keyboard. However, given that the feature is still in test, it might work a little less impressive on wireless accessories.

The feature is included in the recently-released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23475 to Dev Channel Insiders. It can be accessed by going to Settings > Personalization > Dynamic Lighting. Meanwhile, according to Microsoft, here are the current device models with support for the Dynamic Lighting feature (albeit many “have not yet been verified for compatibility by Microsoft”):


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Razer BlackWidow V3

Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro

Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini

Razer BlackWidow V3 Tenkeyless

Razer BlackWidow V4 Pro

Razer DeathStalker V2

Razer DeathStalker V2 Pro

Razer DeathStalker V2 Pro TKL

Razer Huntsman Mini

Razer Huntsman Mini Analog

Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition

Razer Huntsman V2

Razer Huntsman V2 Analog

Razer Huntsman V2 Tenkeyless

Razer Ornata V2

Razer Ornata V3

Razer Ornata V3 TKL

Razer Turret Keyboard Xbox One Edition


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Microsoft Pro IntelliMouse

Razer Turret Mouse Xbox One

Razer DeathAdder V2

Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro

Razer Naga Left-Handed

Razer Naga Pro

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