Typed the following command: del /sexy Dreamweaver CS5 When I should have typed del /sexy "Dreamweaver CS5" to get rid of the junk the trial version of Dreamweaver left behind after the uninstall. I was in the adobe directory at the time. To my astonishment, instead of getting an error that there were so such files as Dreamweaver or CS5, it deleted every directory and every file in the abobe tree. This behaviour violates the principle of least astonishment. I would be curious as to its rationalisation for doing that. If you don't want to change DEL's behaviour, it would be nice of it to ask "Boss, are you sure you to wipe out all the files and directories in the Adobe tree?" I am reminded of the "why did you do that" car-in-a-tree scene in the Gods Must be Crazy.