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Dynamic Lighting is now available on Windows 11


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Staff member
Nov 29, 2020
Devices with “Red, Green, Blue” (RGB) lights can help users personalize their Windows experiences beyond the screen. With the latest feature update, Dynamic Lighting on Windows 11 enables users to control their RGB devices right in Windows Settings. They can use it to extend their Windows accent color onto the devices around them, synchronize RGB effects across devices from different brands and exercise finer control over how their apps control their device’s lights.
Dynamic Lighting user interface
Dynamic Lighting helps create cohesion across the RGB devices market and enables new and engaging experiences across applications that are enhanced by RGB lights. In collaboration with partners like Acer, ADATA/XPG, ASUS ROG, HP, HyperX, Lenovo, Logitech G, MSI, NZXT, Razer, SignalRGB, SteelSeries and Twinkly, we're making RGB experiences more accessible and easier to use for everyone. Many existing RGB devices work with Dynamic Lighting already, with more new products on the way. Check out the list of supported devices. Learn more about the feature and see our walkthrough.

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