Detritus wrote:you might consider upgrading to a more recent version of your oven. I recommend Microsoft Oven, although you may also have to upgrade your kitchen in order to fit the oven in it.
There are some other downsides to that:
* Once a week, your oven will lock up the kitchen for an hour while it downloads new software from Microsoft, to fix the bugs in last week's update.
* The more effort you put into preparing your baked goods, the harder they will be to find when the oven is finished baking them. For example, instead of just giving you the cupcakes when you open its door, the oven will automatically file them in a drawer with the less than intuitive name
C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\Application Data\Microsoft\Microsoft Oven\Config\Output Files\Error Logs\Overcooked Items\cupcakes.dat
* If you're in a hurry to finish baking before company arrives, your oven will choose that moment to accuse you of harboring pirated software. Before you can continue, you'll need to track down your copy of the oven's original installation DVD,reboot the oven, go online and download and install something called Microsoft Guaranteed Oven Management Software Validator, accept a 100-page license agreement in which the 98th paragraph (written in Sanskrit) gives Microsoft the right to sell your elderly parents into slavery, reboot the oven again, do an Oven Windows Update, and reboot the oven again.