And maybe redo the user interface to make the TV applications more front-and-center, instead of being buried inside a menu system.
Forget the guest list, the price tag, the menu—the wedding detail everyone wants to know is who'll design her gown.
I needed to find out what time the meals were served on the flight and what food was on the menu.
1837, from French menu de repas "list of what is served at a meal," from Middle French menu (adj.) "small, detailed" (11c.), from Latin minutus "small," literally "made smaller," past participle of minuere "to diminish," from root of minus "to diminish" (see minus). Computer usage is from 1967, from expanded sense of "any detailed list," first attested 1889.