The leading brand on eGaming released the Razer Software to enable users to configure the RGB lighting and change the settings on Razer peripherals. Settings are automatically saved on the cloud. A newer version of the software allows the user to have different settings on peripherals.
Razer’s software is meant to create an excellent e-gaming experience and making it easier for the consumer to access their preferences.
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The software is also made to sync with many of Razer’s peripherals, such as a keyboard, mice, sound system, base stations, etc. The newer software versions feature unlimited space for profile and macros, so users are not limited.
The offline feature of the software, in my opinion, is their best one. Once a user has created all their settings, and those have been saved in the cloud, the settings are synced onto the computer. While working on offline mode, the use of the peripherals remains the same, allowing for an uninterrupted gaming experience even if the internet connection drops.
To get all the users settings uploaded on the cloud and synced, a user must properly register first. Many users seem to have experienced issues getting through that step. Razer has ensured users that their software is being reviewed on an ongoing basis.
Razer is compatible with Windows 10,8 and 7.