@kk24acb They have the same meaning! 😊 Here are a few examples:
1) ✅ Pushing the button turns on the light. 2) ✅Pushing the button will turn on the light.
The only difference between the two sentences is that sentence number 1 is in the present tense while sentence number 2 is in the future tense. If you were to say both of these sentences to a native English speaker, then everyone will understand you! 😄
@kk24acb I think that the first sentence (Pushing the button turns on the light.) is more commonly used in spoken English, however, when you are listing instructions or rules, then you should say “Pushing the button will turn on the light.”