It appears as if Microsoft is working on a universal solution to control the RGB lighting on your gaming devices that will be built into Windows 11. Some screenshots from early Windows 11 builds have been shared which suggest this feature will be coming soon to PC gamers. A new option under Personalization in Windows 11 would show lighting and list your gaming devices like your keyboard, mouse, headset, and even a stream deck.
Once you select a device you’ll be able to adjust the brightness, lighting effects, effect speed, color, and have the device match your Windows accent color. It appears these features would be available for all USB-connected devices. No word on if this is going to work with other devices like your motherboard or RGB memory.
So for those who may be frustrated with Corsair iCUE, Razer Synapse, or other RGB software there may be a universal solution coming. This also means you could technically match all of your gaming peripherals RGB lighting even if they are made by different manufactures. No word yet on when this will actually be implemented into Windows 11.