Yes. It also means they store the password in plaintext (obviously). Horrible security practice.
OTOH they make no pretense about the system being safe. You shouldn't use your password on more than one location anyway.
Yup, but when it rains it pours. Then the cloud is down the drain.
Used to do 4x8 that as well, when I worked as a programmer. Three years ago I switched professions. I'm an IP attorney now, work 5x9+overtime and absolutely hate that part. I long back to 4x8 and may switch back for that reason too.
Yup. But it means the engine delivers roughly 10% more power or 10% less fuel consumption than a comparable "normal" engine. So it's significant.
Last time I tried this (admittedly some time ago), maximizing a window maximized it over both my screens. That's a dealbreaker.
Or use a clean firefox without extensions.
Of course, without extensions there isn't much that sets firefox apart from chrome except for the license. Some purists will prefer firefox for that reason but it's pretty much a coin toss.
Real programs don't eat cache.