Mozilla's Firefox browser has lost more than 11% of its user share in the last two months, giving Google's Chrome another shot at replacing it as the world's No. 2 browser, according to new data.
Statistics from Web measurement company Net Applications illustrated a rapid decline in Firefox and a corresponding upswing in Chrome during June and July.
At the end of July, Firefox owned a 18.3% share of all desktop browsers, down 2.3 percentage points in just two months, a decline of about 11%. Meanwhile, Chrome's user share stood at 17.8%, up 2 points since May and its highest mark since October 2012.