If you want to know the file encoding (UTF-8, ANSI e.t.c) using Microsoft Window's Notepad Application you can do it by following below simple steps,
- Open your file in Notepad Application.
- Go to View and click on Status Bar if that's not selected.
- Now at the bottom right you should see the encoding of the file.
Let's see an demonstration, as you can see the file that I opened uses ANSI encoding and follows Windows CRLF,
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