Don't know about Windows tablet mode as I tend to avoid it. Maybe I should try though because right now I manually hide the task bar. So for simplifying CSP, I don't know that I'll have any ideas you haven't stumbled upon yourself, but here goes: -- Customize the command bar to your liking, with your most frequent items on it (File > Command Bar Settings). -- Add the main menu to the command bar. You'll find it has an extra menu item on it, "Hide Title Bar". After selecting it, it changes to "Hide Menu Bar". After selecting both of those, you have more space but still can access all menu items through the command bar. -- Add the Quick Access palette to the command bar and put your less frequently used items on there. -- Hide the Windows task bar manually or via tablet mode. -- See if you can collapse some of your palettes with the single arrow in their mini title bar. -- As with other art apps, you can hit TAB to toggle visibility of palettes. -- I draw with right hand which I cannot see through, so I moved my palettes to the left. -- Save your set up via Menu > Window > Workspace > Register Workspace... Register more than one if that makes sense for you. -- Protect yourself from Windows. Turn off pen flicks and long-press-to-right-click. Turn off new pen panning behavior in the 2018-04 update: reg add HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Pen /v LegacyPenInteractionModel /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f ... per https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4093112/windows-10-update-kb4093112 That's all that comes to mind. Feel free to add your own tips here or discuss other aspects of CSP.