anything & everything

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What are the differences between anything and everything at the ways of meaning and usage? :oops:

1. You can buy anything you want on the Internet.
2. You can buy everything you want on the Internet.

The first sentence is from a dictionary. But may I change to the second one? If both are correct, what are their differences?
 

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They are both correct. The first is talking about an individual purchase and the second about multiple purchases. ;-)
 
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