Once this is set up you will tinker very little with it, and it will quickly be annoying to upgrade distributions once a year.
Please note that after a while Ill stop specifying the use of sudo, as it is up to yourselves if you use it or use a privileged user, e.g.
Easily change color, texture or turn a 2D picture into a 3D object with a click.
Fortunately, Windows 7 gives you more control over the Security Messages and other Notifications that you may or may not want to receive.
For starters, you can configure how notifications are handled on the Taskbar—choosing to hide certain types of notifications, such as Action Center messages, Network messages, Windows Update Automatic Updates messages, and so on.
For more granular control, you can go to the Action Center (by clicking Control Panel | System and Security | Action Center) and select to Change Action Center Settings.
This allows you to disable specific types of messages, including messages about Windows Update, Internet security settings, User Account Control, Windows Backup, and more.