Work on SecBrowser inspired me.
We could have a copy of
/usr/bin/torbrowser (by Whonix developers):
- desktop file (start menu entry)
- a wrapper around
/usr/bin/hardened-torbrowseror so) that sets an environment variable
TBB_HARDENING=trueor so which then results in copying the settings file which sets the security slider to the highest setting by default.
Users could choose in start menu:
maximum security Tor Browser (AnonDist), and
maximum usability Tor Browser (AnonDist).
Currently there is only one start menu entry 
Tor Browser (AnonDist).
Above three names are awful.
AnonDist never really took off. But for legal reasons we must somehow we need to make clear that this starter
Better naming suggestions for the start menu entries welcome!
One goal is,  should start with an earlier alphabetic letter than  so it is higher placed in start menu.
As for the actual settings file, how to technically implement this, what kind of settings file would be required for this is not known yet. See this this post and thread for discussion: SecBrowser: A Security-hardened, Non-anonymous Browser
Reference Security Slider: