Ha! Killed it. When using an art program to draw full screen, I would find myself accidentally pulling out the Windows 10 "Action Center" whenever my finger would slide across the screen edge from the right. Which means, constantly. A lot of searching reveals that there's no good way to stop this common "feature" from pestering people. You can turn it off using registry changes, but only for the touchpad, not the touch screen. But... A lot more searching revealed a way to finally disable it. Hargh! (This also disables the Windows Start button in the corner. They both apparently use the same piece of code. Be aware of that. -So put any icons you need on the desktop. -You can still right click on the start button to get to the regular important features, such as "powering down" and "file explorer".) Anyway, here's how. It's a multi-step process, (learned entirely from this site), Microsoft has it baked deep in its code, but it can be done. I've tried to make it simple: 1. Download this registry script. 2. Unzip it. 3. Double click "Take Ownership - Install.reg" 4. Now you have the option of taking ownership of those frigging cryptic system folders in one click. There are other ways, but they are deliberately obfuscated by MS; I guess they figure that unless you've taken one of their Windows engineering courses, you're not the sort of person they want poking around inside your own computer. Anyway, you now own your system. -When you right click a folder, you will see the option, "Take Ownership". Good. 5. Navigate to, right click on and Take Ownership of this folder: "C:\Windows\SystemApps" 6. Wait while the script runs. 7. Now open SystemApps and find this file: "Windows.UI.ActionCenter.dll" (It's in: C:\Windows\SystemApps\ShellExperienceHost_cw5n1h2txyewy) 8. That .dll controls the action center. You can now change it without Windows smacking your hand. -Don't delete it, because you might want to re-instate it later. Just rename it. I renamed mine, "Windows.UI.ActionCenter-disabled.dll" Windows can no longer find it. Good. 9. Close everything up and re-start your computer. 10. Now.., the Action Center is no longer accessible by touch swiping. Hooray!