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Ethernet is "better" than WiFi for a handful of reasons from a purely technical standpoint. First of all, its a dedicated copper line which is far more resistant to interference than wireless. In wires, your enemies are conflicting EM fields that cause noise.What is the difference between Ethernet and wireless?
The only difference between ethernet and wifi is that ethernet is cabled and wifi is wireless. You don't use WiFi data, you use internet, and WiFi and Ethernet (cabled) are just forms of accessing that internet. Thus, it would not make a difference, you'd just get faster speeds and less buffering generally.Is Ethernet more reliable than WiFi?
Wi-Fi is obviously more convenient than wired Ethernet cables, but Ethernet still offers significant advantages. Join us as we take a look at the pros and cons of wired and wireless connections.