There a few ways to monitor or control access and usage for children on the Xbox One. One method would be to simply set the child's age which the console will use to determine what games and media they have access to. The default settings make it so that if the child is under 8 years of age, all content is turned off. Access to Content: Changing the Default Settings: 1. On your controller press the Xbox button to h dashboard (home screen). 2. Next use the Menu button to head to the Settings menu (or select Settings on the Home screen). Photos Provided by www.XBOX.com 3. Next, you'll want to choose the family member’s account whose settings you want to edit. Select "Access to content" then select your preferred settings. Photos Provided by www.XBOX.com Web filtering These settings allow parents to pick what websites tchildren are able to browse using the Internet Explorer. How to Change Default Settings: 1. Press the Xbox button for the home screen. 2. Press the Menu button and again choose Settings. 3. Go to the family member’s account whose options you will edit and choose Web filtering. Finally simply pick the setting you desire. Photos Provided by www.XBOX.com Purchase choices Xbox One allows all parents to have full control over what apps children may download from the store. Below is a brief break down: ~Blocked will allow no apps to be downloaded ~Free apps only ~Free or paid apps To edit settings: 1. Press the Xbox button. 2. Press Menu button and choose Settings 3. Select the account you want to edit settings for and then go to Custom privacy. 4. From here you can change the purchase (download) settings.