Which browser works in Fedora 12

I have a stand alone (Non Internet access) PC running Fedora 12 with no possibility to upgrade the OS

However I need to upgrade Firefox currently version 7

I need to be able to utilize HTML5 capabilities in particular PDFMake  

Can some one advise which version of both FireFox and Chrome will run on this system and a download link

If the FireFox version doesn't have FireBug  then will FireFox Developer addition work?

Once downloaded how do I install

Thank you
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Fedora and other RedHat derivatives almost always have their own customized versions of the web browsers.  Normally the only way to get them is online thru the 'repositories'.  And that only works if your version of Fedora is currently supported.  Since your version of Firefox is 7 and the current versions are 52.6.0 and 58.0.2, it's probably not supported anymore.

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trevor1940Author Commented:
I didn't know Redhat customized browsers. Are you suggesting the  only wat to get an HTML5 compliant browser is to upgrade the  OS?
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
upgrade the  OS?
That might be true.  My Ubuntu 10.0.4 servers can't be upgraded because they are "out of support".  The current version of Ubuntu is 16.x.  The last version of Firefox on those machines is 20.0.  There is a separate Firefox repository somewhere but that requires an online connection to use also and the 'current' versions are 64-bit.
trevor1940Author Commented:
Thanx Dave
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