In my opinion no, unless there is negligence. Companies providing tools should not prevent themselves to release features on the premise the users need a powerful machine (their is limit, yes but in general IDEs use resources decently).
Sure, it's a positive feedback loop. All I'm saying is they're acting rationally.
More rationally than boycotting them would be for those developers whose productivity in their job would be severely impacted by doing so.
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