Here is Full Control Internet's complete revision history.
Full Control Internet 1.6 (released October 16, 2009):
Added support for Firefox 2, Firefox 3, Internet Explorer 7,
Internet Explorer 8, and Opera web browsers. Added support for customized and OEM
web browsers. Added strong-password support at option of the administrator.
Updated system time sanity check.
Some minor enhancements necessary to address XP Service Pack 3.
Removed redundant internal tests and crosschecks. Removed little-used features (checkpoint/rollback,
display restrictions, registry backup, MS-DOS Mode support).
Enhancements necessary to allow Remote Administration Manager to run in a port forwarding environment.
Full Control Internet 1.5:
Internal version, not publicly released.
Full Control Internet 1.4 (released April 4, 2005):
Enhancements necessary to address XP Service Pack 2, including new low-level drivers,
new uninstaller, and many internal updates.
Full Control Internet 1.3 (released September 5, 2003):
Updated and enhanced low-level drivers. Fixed Full Control bugs
and found workarounds for Windows bugs. Can now specify NT/2K/XP folders
displayed in open/save dialogs. Merged Compliance Edition and Standard Edition
so all Compliance Edition features are now available to all users. Can specify
network-based applications in System Stabilization mode.
Full Control Internet 1.2 (released December 11, 2002):
Enhanced filesystem usage under Windows 2000 and XP, including more effective
management of permissions-locked folders under NTFS. Fixed Full Control Internet bugs
and found workarounds for Windows bugs. Internal rewrite and update of
low level Bardon components. Auto-closed windows, including Customize windows,
can be overridden by Window Control. Enhanced security protection for wireless-enabled laptops.
Full Control Internet 1.1 (released August 7, 2002):
Full Control Internet 1.0 (released June 17, 2002):