Windows 11 will let you control RGB lighting without the bloatware and I couldn’t be happier

The days of having several programs installed on your computer for RGB devices may be coming to an end. The latest public test build of Windows 11 seems to have software that allows users to directly control RGB settings through the OS itself.

First found by Twitter user Albacore and reported on by The Verge, the settings interface includes options for controlling brightness, lighting effects, speed, and colors — there’s even an option for matching RGB lighting to the Windows color palette. By allowing users to augment their own lighting through the OS, there would no longer be any need to download programs from device manufacturers to change those settings.