My operating system is Windows 10.
When I copy a file or folder to the same location they are in, Windows automatically adds the word "copy" to the end of the file name, which is great. But there is a strange phenomenon that at the beginning of the file name are added two unvisible characters.
I made a paste copy of these characters to a binary editor and it turned out that these were the code of each of them:
And the name of a character is:
And its binary representation is:
e2 80 8f
What to do? How can we get rid of this strange phenomenon?
Edit, operating system details:
Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.17134.885]
AllowDeprecatedCP REG_DWORD 0x42414421 ACP REG_SZ 1255 OEMCP REG_SZ 862 MACCP REG_SZ 10005
ReleaseId REG_SZ 1803