It's preferable to go back, pause 2s, then click the link to reload of the page (closer to what happens in normal use).
If ever you decide to compare different blockers, mind:
- Which filter lists are in use
- Whether the data is fetched from the browser cache (preferable, to eliminate network arbitraries)
- Garbage collection (if you look at memory figures)
- Comparing the lowest figure you can obtain for each blocker is optimal, as this means these figures represent the lowest level of "noise"
static network filtering: <iframe> blocked
generic cosmetic filtering: <div> not removed
generic cosmetic filtering: <div> removed
There should be no ad banner (static network filtering)
There should be no annoying whole page shifting upward (specific cosmetic filtering)
A plain page with no ads = should not be affected by a blocker:
Page loaded in ? ms