Wi-Fi and Internet are two different technologies that are often confused with each other. Wi-Fi is a wireless network technology that allows devices to communicate with each other within a certain range. Internet, on the other hand, is a global network of computers that allows users to access websites, send emails, and share files over the Internet. Wi-Fi requires an Internet connection to access the Internet, while Internet does not require a Wi-Fi connection. Wi-Fi networks are typically used to connect multiple devices within a small area such as a home or office, while Internet is used to connect people all over the world. Wi-Fi networks have limited range and speed, while Internet speeds can vary depending on the Internet service provider. Wi-Fi networks are easier to set up and manage, while Internet requires more technical knowledge to set up and manage.