Addendum to MS TV Dinner News:
In case you were looking for the Manual, Microsoft no longer ships manuals with TV dinners. You must now use the Oven Help file which will be displayed on your microwave oven's 20-character information screen. This is actually much better than having manuals because it will always be current and you won't have to find a place to store it.
You may, however, need to add more memory to your microwave oven, but it will work better with more memory anyway. You may also wish to consider getting a monitor for your microwave oven so you can read more than 20 characters of your helpfile at a time, and if you do that you might as well get an OvenCam so you can watch your food cook on the monitor. That's much easier than trying to see your food cook through all those holes in the radiation shield. Your neighbors, who you know to be power cookers, probably already have one and are already enjoying their oven experiences more than you are.