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Janis

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Not being observant,  I allowed firefox to update on an XP machine.  The current download is totally unusable for the visually impaired.  How do I eradicate it and get a copy of the old firefox, believe it was 24.8.1 ,  and get it installed?


Edited by Janis, 26 April 2015 - 07:30 AM.

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Try removing it from control panel and then go here for previous versions. I implore you to upgrade your machine as support for Microsoft Windows XP has been terminated. Please, read Windows XP - The Elephant In The Room for more information.

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Thanks but upgrading will lose all programs designed for the blind and visually impaired that only work on XP> 


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You can get the older versions of Firefox from here: Old Apps http://www.oldapps.com/firefox.php

 

You will need to scroll down nearly to the bottom of the page to get it. Look for Firefox 24.0 ESR link.


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Thank you


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Thank you

Your welcome...


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