@Rafael-Karczevski, yes. The Smart Home version of the skill simulates a Smart Home switch that you can turn on or off. So Alexa or Google Assistant's audible response is just to confirm the "switch" was flipped.
@cayetano-gros , good point. It's almost tempting to remove the old original skill because most people prefer the newer TRIGGERcmd Smart Home skill, but there are some things you can do with the original skills that you can't do with the Smart Home skills, so I leave them.
@karnold69, do you know the command to change the brightness? If so, you can use the percent from 0 to 100 that Alexa or Google Assistant will send when you change the brightness with you voice. The number will be the parameter instead of on or off.
Thanks for the reply. At first I did have the other skill activated, but then I realized it wasn't that one, and activated the other one. In the end the problem was that I did not have the computer assigned as Administrator, now that I have assigned it, it has detected the devices, thank you so much