Had my Surface Pro 2 a few days now and have been looking online for general tips to improve it but some of what I read I cant seem to enable.  I've run all the available updates. DPI settings. I only seem to have 2 options. normal or small. guides i've read talk about setting it at 125% but I cant see how to do that from the menus. Sound. There are complaints about the volume of the system and one tip is to go to control panel, sound, speakers, properties, enhancements and then select loudness equalization. I cant find this option though. I've found these shortcuts. (useful) Fn + Caps: Locks the F1-F12 keys as function keys. For example, the F1 and F2 keys normally toggle the keyboard backlight on or off. To actually press F1, you’d have to press Fn + F1. After pressing Fn + Caps, they’ll function as F1 and F2 with a single key press. You’d have to press Fn + F1 or F2 to control the backlight. Fn + Spacebar: Print Screen. This saves an image of your current screen to your clipboard, so you can paste it into any application. Fn + Alt + Spacebar: Print Screen for the current window only. This saves an image of the current window to the clipboard. Fn + Del: Increases screen brightness. Fn + Backspace: Decreases screen brightness. Fn + Left arrow: Home Fn + Right arrow: End Fn + Up arrow: Page Up Fn + Down arrow: Page Down Pen shortcuts Hover pen above screen: Moves the mouse cursor around, allowing you to perform mouse hover actions. Tap pen on screen: Performs a left-click. Press on screen and hold down: Performs a right-click after a moment’s wait. Hold button on pen and tap pen on screen: Performs a right-click immediately. (The button is located near the bottom of the pen — it’s the part of the pen that attaches magnetically to the Surface Pro’s charging port.) I'm seeing mixed messages as to whether its best to get driver updates from manufacturers or use the window verified ones. The other tip i've found useful was to run games at 720p rather than 1080 as the screen is small enough that you dont notice the bluriness much and can bump the quality settings a bit / run at higer frames per second. Thoughts? Additional tips?