In the English Version of Windows 10 (Maybe 8, 7 have the same problem), If a file's filename is Chinese, Korean, Japanese or other non-ASCII language. Even if the fonts which support this language were installed. There was no change in Windows File Explorer.
The problem of fonts display in Windows File Explorer is:
Some of non-ASCII characters are displayed as the wrong appearance.
Some of non-ASCII characters is displayed in a very small size.
And the problem in CMD is:
- The encoding of cmd does not support non-ASCII character. (Or the deeper layer does not support non-ASCII). When I start some executable file, if its name include non-ASCII character, it can not run. And when I try to run .bat or .cmd file include non-ASCII character in it, it will raise error.
I have install adobe open source fonts which support those non-ASCII characters.
Q1. However how to modify the font which Windows File Explorer use?
The third line of example is not in right size.
Q2. How to make shell layer support Unicode characters?