Data for recent months shows that children who are staying at home with constant access to the computer primarily chat and watch videos. And those are not necessarily just entertaining videos: there might be educational content amid that stream of YouTube clips.
This year, an interesting trend was noticed: children who use different operating systems diverge in their online behaviors. Kids who use macOS spend more time in online stores, show slightly more interest in adult content, chat more online and less frequently visit gaming sites. Windows users show greater interest in games and news, and visit websites with video and audio content more frequently.
Children, like adults, pay attention to the news when the situation in the world concerns them directly. So, in the month when various countries were expecting to switch to distance learning, kids started to follow the situation closer by going to news sites.