In the Google Chrome browser for Mac, there's a built-in "Send Link" command to email the URL of the current page via your default email client. For whatever reason, that doesn't automatically exist in the Windows version.
- In Chrome, right-click in the Bookmarks Bar on an existing bookmark and select "Add Page" (the new bookmark will appear to the right of the one on which you right-clicked).
- In the "Name:" field, enter "Send Link" (or whatever sounds good to you)
- In the "URL:" field, paste the following text:
- Click "Save" in the lower-right of the Edit Bookmark dialog. Your new "Send Link" bookmark should appear in the Bookmarks Bar.
Now, if you want to email the URL of a page you're viewing in Chrome, simply click the "Send Link" bookmark, and a new email document with the title of the page as its Subject and the URL in the body of the email is created in a new browser tab. Just type in your recipient address and send.
Note that the space after "Sebastian:" is deliberate, and will appear between the colon and the document title. This will generate a Subject line which reads:
Subject: A Link from Sebastian: [Web Page Title Here]