The blue lights serves a function and thus are integrated with the program or hardware that's accessing it. Blue-tooth on, Wi-fi on, HDD drive being accessed, Media buttons got pushed, etc. If you're watching a movie and it bothers you then just temporarily cover with a small black round adhesive label. If you really want it off then you have to cut the wires or access the LED and then cover from there. I don't know of any software that can selectively turn off the blue lights.