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[Aside] Improving your PuTTY connections

Wish I had come across this during my PuTTY days!

The TL;DR summary is that by default PuTTY uses an ASCII encoding while most Linux and other OSes uses UTF-8 encoding. It’s because of this mismatch that manpages and such sometimes appear with â characters. Change the PuTTY encoding and find happiness! 

[Aside] Improving your PuTTY connections by rakhesh is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.