Add locales that use UTF8 (Code Page 65001) by default
Most modern Unix-based OSes make UTF-8 the default character encoding.
Considering OpenSSH ( http://blogs.msdn.com/b/powershell/archive/2015/10/19/openssh-for-windows-update.aspx ), Now is the time for Windows to support UTF8-native locales. we need system-wide and reboot-trelant way.
I totally agree with this idea.
It's very cumbersome to find code snippet or another way to put texts in UTF-8.
Everyone might have experienced it in PowerShell.
Who wants minor encodings today.
Takekazu Omi commented
I also agree that Windows use to the default console encoding is UTF-8.
Console means powershell.exe, cmd.exe.
And I want you to remove the BOM file.