In the EU, young women and men have equal digital skills and access to the internet, but their behaviour online differs. Nine out of ten young women (92 %) and men (93 %) use the internet daily. This generation, aged from 15 to 24, is the most digitally skilled in the EU, with 56 % of young women and 58 % of men holding above-average digital skills. Despite the same access and skills, young men have more confidence in their digital skills than women. For example, 73 % of young men aged 15-16 feel comfortable installing software by themselves, compared with 49 % of women. Music, emailing and... social networking are equally popular online activities for both young women and men, but, for some other activities, big differences emerge. For example, 67 % of young men play video games, compared with 45 % of women, and 59 % of young women look for health information online, while only 44 % of men do.