I have been telling folks who see my system and like it that its Vector Linux. When they start to ask more, I say something like: "I think VL is a little advanced for someone with your level of computer skills." Or, which is more true: "Most windows users find Linux too complicated." Far from shutting down the inquiry, they protest that their skill level is plenty high. I keep this up for a while and pretty soon they are demanding that I dual boot their machine, at which time I back off, saying something like I have never done that and don't know how. (Reminded here of Tom Sawyer and his fence) But, I tell them, "If you want me to load VL on your machine, save your data and bring it over."
Which brings me to a related point. If an employer needs a new employee to run some computer program, windows or not, that employer is wise who demands linux experience. No matter what the program, if the new employee is versed in linux, he will normally be up and running much faster. I understand that its much easier to go from linux to windows that from windows to linux.