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Depending on the extensions, yes, they can. However, I've found that this is not as big of an issue to put too much thought into. In general, I try to limit the amount of extensions I have activated at any given time. I have many that are only enabled while I'm in specific workspaces and projects. VSCode is great in the factor that you can actively enable or disable extensions like this and have it saved.