Does checking many configurations in the Energized blocklist make a difference?

I was wondering if it makes a difference to have multiple “configurations” checked in the Energized blocklist. If I have the “Ultimate” config on, do I need the “Spark”, “BluGo”, “Blue” or “Basic” configs checked too? Does “Ultimate” already include the others? If it does, does it matter to have them all checked, or it takes more memory? Or are they totally different from eachothers and if I want max privacy/no ads, I need them all checked?

The bigger ones contain the smaller ones, so no need to select all. They’ll also be de-duped anyway, so it won’t have any effect on your memory. In general the bigger blocklists are more restrictive, but may also have more false-positive and cause you issues that you’ll have to add to exceptions.

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