I'm just asking this out of curiosity, what is the Windows equivalent of rm -rf / ? For those who don't know, the linux drives are all folders inside the root drive (/). So, /home, /cache, /boot, etc. are all folders that could be stored on any physical disk. There is no C:\ drive or D:\ drive. Coming back to my question, its possible to wipe off the whole disk (in fact all disks on the system!) by running the command rm -rf / in linux (though only root can do that, no other user). Similarly, what will happen if I ran rmdir /s C:\* or something like that? Is there any single DOS command to wipe off the entire C:\ drive?