If your concern is to be able to open any arbitrary text file created on Linux in Windows, here are a couple of solutions.
Use Wordpad. Wordpad included in all recent versions of Windows is able to open Unix style text files. This is not always ideal, as it is not a text editor per se, but it can be a quick and easy way to open your Unix-style text files on Windows if you have not installed additional software.
Install another text editor. If you control the box and use it regularly, this probably better. Most third party text editors will support both text styles. Two common, lightweight, and free options are Notepad2, which is a drop-in replacement for Notepad with a few extra features and Notepad++ which has a bit more features.