The Apache download question is completely inappropriate because it has nothing to do with system administration, which can only start after he gets the installation file. It should have been posted on an Apache specific site somewhere.
The second question is unacceptable for the same reason and, as you state in a comment, we are not here to do their searching for them.
I should note however that there are definitely cases where someone needs help locating a specific version of a product, often to support legacy applications, that I wouldn't even consider closing. Those questions are usually much better written and provide details that make it clear that the poster has in fact made a serious effort to help him/her self.
How many times have we seen these types of questions and when we Google for the same information the answer is within the first few results? That simply shouldn't happen, at least not unless the thing being searched for is really poorly defined. Sure, we all suffer from Google failure at times but the rest of the question should still indicate that we have put in some real effort.
I believe that a fundamental part of being an IT professional, or any professional for that matter, is that we each show due diligence and make a serious attempt to do our own research before posting a question. In the vast majority of cases those posting the "find [some product] for me" questions have failed do display that professionalism. Obviously there are and always will be exceptions but they appear to be few and far between.