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I am looking for an old version of Mozilla Firefox from before it was called Firefox.

It used to be called Mozilla Phoenix before it was ever called Mozilla Firebird.

I am looking for some of the oldest versions around (for Win32). Where can I find them?

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Firefox Releases: Scroll down for older versions. Phoenix 0.1 is the oldest release available here.

Directory of Phoenix Releases: A download location for Phoenix 0.1 through 0.5.

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That only shows the release notes, no (old) downloads at all. –  Arjan Nov 4 '09 at 16:43
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@Arjan: The downloads are there. Click on any version number link, then click on the download and installation instructions link you'll find on that page. For instance, here's the link to version 0.1 of Phoenix: mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/releases/0.1.html#install –  raven Nov 4 '09 at 16:53
    
Ok, not for all versions then. For most release notes the links refer to either getfirefox.com or mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all.html –  Arjan Nov 4 '09 at 17:06

For older versions of any browser you can go to browsers.evolt.org.

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oldversion.com has older version for Firefox. Not sure it goes far enough for your needs.

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I am looking for some of the oldest versions around (for Win32). Where can I find them?

here is THE oldest version around ((for win32), Phoenix 0.1:

direct download link

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For those looking for old versions to run on Mac OS 9, there's actually a new version of Mozilla being actively developed: Classilla, with version 9.1 planned for March 15, 2010.

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