I don't know, since I don't use whatsapp very much.
But with wechat you -must- use the QR code to login on desktop (unless you just emulate an Android environment).
Also the desktop version does not allow you to see Moments (essentially the newsfeed) and your chat history doesn't carry over between the two. It will only show the messages you have when you looked at them/sent them from the PC version.
They really don't care about the desktop version at all, maybe because a majority of Chinese people don't have home computers yet (but damn near everyone has a smart phone).
I should also mention that wechat is also the dominant payment system and also by far the most popular social media app in China.
A physical game disc is just a software license in physical form. It's not a physical good and the same rules don't apply. This is a concept a lot of people don't understand.
If you buy a car, you can sell off the parts or dismantle it, because it's an actual object you own.
When you buy a game, you don't have any ownership over the game, or even the files contained on the disc. You simply have ownership of a plastic disc that lets someone play the game. It's an important distinction.
You can't use music files on that disc for your own projects, you can't distribute the character model files you found on there, you can't really do anything except give the disc to someone else. Whether you are profiting off of them or not isn't even relevant. The files are simply not yours to use.
A lot of people think that because they bought a game in a store and they can hold it in their hands physical ownership applies. Unfortunately games are IP, and that includes the files used to create them/contained on the disc. You can't own a game just like you can't own Mickey Mouse.
A store-bought game is 100% the same as buying a ticket for a tertiary experience. Selling a disc to someone else is literally the same as reselling/scalping a ticket. The only difference is that it's allowed and not looked down upon.
For a long time people bought discs/cartridges because they were physically necessary to interface with the game -- but they've always been a license. That's why when things go digital you can't re-sell anymore. It's the same concept behind owning CD-keys. Everything has always been about the RIGHT to play a game, not any ownership of the games themselves.
Click the 4-way arrow icon that appears when you hover over a quote. The quote will now be outlined in blue. Then you just have to hit backspace/delete on your keyboard. This will delete the quote and should be the end of it.
If you're on mobile it's a bit more complicated because deleting quotes on mobile is kind of busted and I don't really have control over that. In that case you can just refresh the page.
The editor will often save what you had in the text window, but there's usually an option to clear the editor so you can get rid of it.