Microsoft Trials RGB Lighting Features in Insider Program


Microsoft Trials RGB Lighting Features in Insider Program


Microsoft last week has indeed released a number of updates for Windows 11 Insider Program users, there is one interesting thing where users found one of the features present to set up RGB connected to the Windows 11 system, Tuesday (14/02).

Launching from one of the Twitter users who leaked one of the new features in Windows 11, where according to a statement made this feature is present through the Windows 11 Insider Dev Channel which was just released last week.

There is a new feature called "LightningMayMoment", this feature has a function to be able to adjust how the RGB lights are on the keyboard. So, most likely later Windows 11 users will get a number of Default features that can be used to set the Lightning RGB they use.

The given settings are placed through Settings, Personalization then select Lightning. But before accessing this feature, users must activate it by entering a command in ViveTool, because this feature is not present directly and is likely only tested by Microsoft. For those of you who are curious, here's what it looks like:

This feature actually works well for each Keyboard Vendor, where later users will be directed to download and install special software from the Keyboard Vendor. Later, users can directly access and manage how to manage RGB lights without the need to use other applications.

So, it can be said that this feature will only download software to connect to the Hardware. So you can manage RGB easily without the need to use other additional application access, it's lighter, right?

For those of you who are curious about this feature, you can directly open ViveTool and enter the following command:

  • c:vivetoolvivetool /enable /id:41355275
  • c:vivetoolvivetool /enable /id:35262205

After entering the command, you can immediately restart the PC. Later you can access this service in Personalization then select Lightning. However, maybe you won't find other settings because this feature can still be developed from Microsoft.

If it is true, then at least Microsoft is ready to release support for this Lightning RGB feature for Windows 11 Insider Program users in the next few weeks. Let's just wait!