Xshell supports international languages including 2-byte
encodings used by Asian languages. By default it uses the default
language set in the Windows system. You can change the output
encoding when the encoding of the remote host is different from
your Windows system.
In the Toolbar, click Encoding, and then click
the encoding you want to use.
In the Properties dialog box, in
Category, select Terminal. In the Encoding list, select the
display encoding. Note: To display the selected encoding correctly, the
language pack of the selected encoding should be installed in your
UTF-8 encoding display:
If the remote host supports unicode (UTF-8) and it is set to
use UTF-8, then the encoding setting must be 'Unicode (UTF-8)'.
With UTF-8 encoding, Xshell can display multiple languages
Note: To properly display
the selected encoding, corresponding language package must be
installed on Windows.