The software can be downloaded from the product page and once installed will automatically update the firmware of the mouse if available. Once installed, when you change the DPI you will get an on screen notification telling you the current DPI setting, though you can turn this off by right clicking the software icon.
As the L10 M Advanced features on-board memory and RGB customisation, Tt eSPORTS have shipped this mouse with a new software GUI. It is well laid out and easy to navigate. The macro recording engine is simple to use and records each mouse keystroke fine. The sliders in the performance tab didn't click to where you wanted, instead you had to click several times in the direction you wanted as it moves one step at a time, so is quicker to grab the slider and drag. If you alter or change any setting, make sure you click apply and not just 'ok', as it doesn't make it clear that the apply means 'save'.
Something worthwhile to note also, once we have changed/saved a setting within the software, the mouse cursor suddenly started to have severe stutter, where there was short freezes in the movement every few seconds. To remedy this you can either simply unplug the mouse, and plug it back in, exit the software or restart your system. This is likely a software/firmware issue that will hopefully be fixed.
*UPDATE: We received another Level 10M Advanced to test out and can confirm that this is an isolated case, with the software working much more smoothly without any interference.
The RGB lighting, firstly, looks great, each specific hue was rendered accurately, including white. The lighting effects are limited but are attractive anyway, the battle mode was an interesting idea where the lighting changes depending on frequency of clicks. The only real downside here is that the Battle Dragon logo is mostly hidden and the finger click lighting feels pointless. The other downside is, those that like to customise their setup to the last detail will get annoyed that they can't change the red LED level/DPI indicator which is a shame.