It is well known that linux-based operating systems offer a higher level of privacy and security than Windows and Mac. In PrivacyTools you have a section dedicated to operating systems, which not only includes titans of security and privacy such as Qubes and Tails, but also mentions other OS such as Ubuntu and Fedora.
My question is this. What other operating systems can be good options to protect privacy?
To give more specific examples, operating systems based on Arch, such as Manjaro or Endevour, other Derivatives of Debian such as Zorin or Mint, or alternatives not based on Linux, such as BSD systems, could be good options also to protect the privacy and security of users, or are there significant differences between them?
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