I'd be very weary having something like 1Password on my machine. Especially for the common user who probably has gone and downloaded that MP3 file they really wanted and wasn't aware that binded to it was a virus/trojan that allows a malicious user to remote in and do whatever the hell they want. Tools like that are so easy to use these days, a complete noob to computers could read one of the many guides on the net about it and be up and running and have 10+ "slaves" in a few hours.
In my opinion, (1) go here
and keep hitting refresh until you see a string that looks easy to remember, then (2) stop checking that "keep me signed in" button so you are forced to keep manually typing in your password(s) so you come to remember them. It really is very simple just using your brain to manage your passwords. And when it comes to convenience over security, it's an obvious answer to me which one is more important.