I would like to ask What is difference between compared with compared to ?
Use compared to when the intent is to assert, without the need for elaboration, that two or more items are similar.
To has traditionally been preferred when the similarity between two things is the point of the comparison.
Use compared with when juxtaposing two or more items to illustrate similarities and/or differences.
With suggests that the differences between two things are as important as, if not more important than, the similarities.