About Us

 Life is full of choices to make, so are the differences. Differences are the identity of a person or any item.

Throughout our life we have to make number of choices. To make the right choice we need to know what makes one different from the other.

We know that making the right choice is the hardest task we face in our life and we will never be satisfied with what we chose, we tend to think the other one would have been better. We spend a lot of time on making decision between A and B.

And the information that guide us to make the right choice should be unbiased, easily accessible, freely available, no hidden agendas and have to be simple and self explanatory, while adequately informative. Information is everything in decision making. That’s where differencebetween.com comes in. We make your life easy by guiding you to distinguish the differences between anything and everything, so that you can make the right choices.

Whatever the differences you want to know, be it about two people, two places, two items, two concepts, two technologiesor whatever it is, we have the answer. We have not confined ourselves in to limits. We have a very wide collection of information, that are diverse, unbiased and freely available. In our analysis we try to cover all the areas such as what is the difference, why the difference and how the difference affect.

What we do at DifferentBetween.com, we team up with selected academics, subject matter experts and script writers across the world to give you the best possible information in differentiating any two items.

Easy Search: We have added search engine for viewers to go direct to the topic they are searching for, without browsing page by page.

Our Team:

Olivia Dawson (Chief Editor – Australia) – Graduate in Electronic Engineering with HR, Training & Development background with over 15 years of field experience.

Dr.Roshan Ragel (Consultant – Information Technology / Contributing Editor ) – Senior Lecturer BSc Eng (Hons) PhD Comp. Sci (UNSW , Australia) Research Interest : Microarchitectural Aspects of Embedded Systems Design & Security

Andrew Daniel (Contributing Editor – UK) – Telecommunication and Network Expert, carrying 8 years of experience and a practising Engineer

Indika Kahanda (Contributing Editor) – Lecturer in Computer Engineering – BSc Eng. (Hons) MSECE (Purdue, USA)

Guru Kris (Contributing Editor – India) – MBBS, Senior Lecture in Medical Science

Aron Dilip (Contributing Editor – India) – Professor in Social Science

  • Maluseme

    please change the font color to bold , background also not good .

    • http://twitter.com/arsalamehrali arsala mehr ali

      its good

  • Admin


    It would be a great opportunity to work with such an ogranization
    which really satiate the yearning of advanced learning and provides a
    forum to young writers, to impart maximumly. Please let me know if there
    is a room for any one in your team.


    • http://twitter.com/arsalamehrali arsala mehr ali

      ya greattttttttttttt!

  • http://twitter.com/arsalamehrali arsala mehr ali

    very few differences are in it

  • Shriya Borkar

    Good site…useful for teens…..!!!!!

  • MariusDejess

    I want to salute you all working to help humans know the difference between two things, anything two things at all.

    I will just tell readers who happen to come to this website, and they come to this website because they want to know the difference between two things, clearly — that they come to the right place.

    You see, I have been discussing things with people, and I notice that people very often do not know the difference between two things which they bring up and treat as though the two or more things are the same.

    Then when I try to require them to for us to work out together to know that the two things my opponent is taking to be identical are not, they get angry and become even abusive as to resort to insulting my person instead of keeping to ideas and logic.

    The way I see it, humans have this tendency to not be focused on two things as to know that they are not identical, because they always want to be into a flexible situation whereby they can argue their way to being correct and linked to reality, even though they are not interested in which reality they are linked to, except that it is if they are not resistant to know exactly, they are linked to two different realities, and they want both even though the two are not only different but even opposite in a lot of cases.

    For example, a very silly attitude on the part of the party insisting that money as paper bills and money as buying power are identical, and this party keeps insisting that he has more money than his opponent because he has more paper bills in his own currency: even though his own currency cannot buy as much as the currency of his opponent who has less in numerical quantity of paper bills, but whose currency can definitely buy more than the currency of his former when in terms of numerical quantity it is less, I mean the party with the currency that can buy more has less numerical quantity of paper bills.

    Marius de Jess

  • SB Lin

    I don’t visit this site frequently but it did answered many of my questions in past few years. Thank you very much for providing this service!

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