@ghostofsparta Those quick freeze annoyances have nothing to do with wireless or wired connection, but with holding the storage folder on a network share per se: I can observe them as well as soon as I create the storage disk on a nfs share. I connect the rpi3b with gigabit wired lan.
Try it for yourself if you happen to own a sata to usb converter and connect it with a usb 2.0 port of your rpi3b: put the same storage content into a ext4 partition and switch cmdline.txt with disk=/dev/sdaX to the drive. Symptoms should go away already by now, if not switch boot=/dev/sdaY as well to a 2nd drive partition: it needs to hold just the squash file called SYSTEM, it can be ext4 as well.
Interestingly enough this only affects the rpi2 images and not x86_64 Generic which I'm completely (PXE-) booting from my NAS. I purchased the rpi4b for Christmas. It works quick and flawless on a usb 3.0 connected drive. I' will test it as well with the same storage folder put on nfs, maybe those freeze ups when I change to Home will reappear again. Will keep you posted.