Microsoft DOS chdir command
Chdir (Change Directory) is a command used to switch directories in MS-DOS.
The chdir command is an internal command and is available in the below Microsoft operating systems.
Goes to the highest level, the root of the drive.
Goes back one directory. For example, if you are within the C:\Windows\COMMAND> directory, this would take you to C:\Windows> directory.
Windows 95, Windows 98 and later versions of Windows allow you to go back more than one directory by using three or more dots. For example, typing chdir... with three dots after the cd would take you back two directories.
If present, would take you into the Windows directory. Windows can be substituted with any other name.