difference between in and inside??

Hello there!
I just want to ask the difference between “in” and “inside”.
e.g., “in the room” and “inside the room”.

Thanks in advance.

“inside” has a stronger sense of literal physical enclosure.

For example??

Actually, that probably wasn’t the greatest answer ever, since “inside” is often used figuratively, just like “in”. I think I just meant that “inside” has a stronger sense of enclosure.

Anyway, for example, if you say someone is “inside the room” then there’s a stronger picture, at least for me, of them being enclosed within the space of the room. “in the room” sounds more like you’re just explaining their location.