I found the setting to remove the animations on:
Settings -> Accessibility -> Visibility enhancements -> Remove animations:
I have no idea why this is in a different place, and why animations are turned on by default (this is a waste of time).
As I mentioned, I tried to disable MemoryDetectService via adb (adb shell am stopservice com.android.systemui/com.hmct.systemui.taskmanager.detectmemory.MemoryDetectService), and it looks like it worked. One day, none of my apps is killed while I using them, battery drain is the same (~25% from max yesterday, ~25% today).
From the name of the service I ...
What consume memory are the apps that sit in memory. Shortcuts are just links to apps, there are not the "main" programs themselves and are not running. Many launchers are efficient and can handle a lot and lot shortcuts.
You have enough RAM and should not worry too much about how many shortcuts you have on your screen. Even if you only have 512MB, you ...
For the time being, the only way to access the clipboard manager is when the suggestion strip is enabled in Gboard settings. There are no shortcuts on the keyboard nor is there an option for it in the settings.