First off, give it time. Two weeks is nothing. Waking up often is not unusual. Don't forget: you are strapped into this system, it is not all digital. Some is squidgy meat bag (aka you). Make allowances for the squidgy meat bag factor.
Second, your machine is set to wide open (4-20). In most cases, that sucks. Badly. Did you not have a titration test? Starting at 4 means that (a) you might feel air starved and (b) when things start going badly, it likely has a long, long way to go to get up to an effective treatment pressure. So either you are having events while it increases to where it needs to be, or it never gets there, or you get awoken by the pressure increases. APAP is very useful, wide open is not unless your pressure needs are relatively low.
When you wake up, turn the machine off and on again to reset the pressure. At least then you can go back to sleep.
Beyond this, it is all guessing. Get SleepyHead (top of page) and start looking at your data and post the graphs here to ask for advice. FWIW, I am six months into this, finally waking up only once a night, and still sleepy most days. It is a work in progress. But I'd rather have all my teeth pulled out than lose this machine. I am still sleepy, but much better than I was.
It was said above, but yes when you wake you will want to hit stop and start in top of your machine. That will reset your ramp. I would say auto with a range would be good. Use the software to see where your challenges are and consider an auto set. More pressure is not better, and it is possible that your pressure is too high. It may be that your autoset feature is not turned on
Welcome cmichalek, all the others have mentioned it but download the software and post it on here, you maybe getting mask leaks which maybe waking you up, when you get to it you want your 95% Leaks to be below 24L, unfortunately for some people it takes time and patients, good luck with it.