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Windows 11 Insider Build 25295 for the Dev channel has another hidden feature that will likely be officially revealed within a year. This innovation is intended to make it easier to customize the RGB lighting of peripherals using universal controls in a dedicated section in Settings.
Currently, users have to download and install software from the manufacturer of the peripheral to set up the RGB lighting. The Windows Lighting platform will provide the same tools, but at a native level, which means no third-party software is required. Of course, the success of the feature will depend on whether peripheral manufacturers support “Windows Lighting”.
The feature is currently at an early stage of development, so only the color, brightness, and playback speed of the effects can be adjusted. In the future, the number of settings will be increased, so that it will be possible to configure the color of the backlight to change when receiving notifications in the system, when the microphone is turned on or off, and so on.
To enable the feature, follow the instructions below.
cd /d "C:\ViVeTool"
vivetool /enable /id:41355275 /store:both
vivetool /enable /id:35262205 /store:both
To disable the feature, use the following commands:
vivetool /disable /id:41355275 /store:both
vivetool /disable /id:35262205 /store:both