How to Enable or Disable Dynamic Lighting that Matches Your Windows Accent Color in Windows 11

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This article provides a guide on how to use Dynamic Lighting in Windows 11 to configure RGB peripherals to match the Windows accent color. The recent update to Dynamic Lighting, which lets users customize their devices with RGB lights directly, now includes an option for this particular matching feature.

This article explains how to turn “Match my Windows accent color” on or off with Dynamic Lighting for RGB peripherals in Windows 11.

Windows has a Dynamic Lighting feature will allow developers and hardware partners to experiment with new RGB accessories and components integrations. It will allow Windows users can easily set up and customize their devices with RGB lights directly from Windows Settings without a third-party tool.

A recent update to Dynamic Lighting now includes an option to match your peripheral’s RGB lighting with Windows accent color.

The steps below show you how to use Dynamic Lighting to match the Windows accent color for RGB accessories on Windows 11.

Use Dynamic Lighting to match Windows accent color for RGB peripherals

As described above, the Windows Dynamic Lighting feature allows developers and hardware partners to experiment with new RGB accessories and components integrations.

Here’s how to configure RGB peripherals to match Windows accent color.

First, turn on Dynamic Lighting in Windows.

Next, open the Settings app and select the Personalization button.

Windows 11 Personalization in the Settings app

Then select the Dynamic Lighting tile to expand it.

Windows 11 match my windows accent color for Dynamic Lighting devices

Select a solid color option under Effects on the Personalization -> Dynamic Lighting settings pane.

Then use the toggle switch to turn “Match my Windows accent color” on or off.

Windows 11 match my windows accent color for Dynamic Lighting devices

When done, RGB lighting on accessories (keyboard, mouse, speakers, monitor, etc.) attached will use Windows accent color.

That should do it!

Conclusion:

This post showed you how to “Match my Windows access color” on or off in Windows 11. If you find any errors above or have something to add, please use the comments form below.

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