Diskpart delete disk can be done in cmd by clean all, what's more, diskpart can delete partition (recovery/system) too. Here are more about information related with diskpart delete volume command.
Caution: Diskpart delete partition/disk will remove all files on the disk, please backup files if necessary.
Before we move to the key part of this article, we would like to let you that delete disk or partition can be done under disk management easily.
How do I delete a disk or all partitions? -> Open disk management, right click the disk instead of the volume, and then click 'Delete'. (All data and partition scheme will be removed.)
If a partition cannot be deleted in disk management, try diskpart to delete partition or disk.
Diskpart delete partition shall be in the following order
Video - how to delete partition using cmd
Diskpart delete disk shall be in the following order
If there are more than 1 partition on your disk, you need to delete them one by one if you want to delete the whole disk information and partition scheme.
The difference between delete partition and delete disk is delete partition by diskpart can be done with 'delete partition' or 'delete partition overide', the later one is force delete partition, while delete disk needs to delete partition several times when the disk contains several partitions.
Video - How To Delete All Partitions Disk/SSD Using Windows 10 including the system partition
To delete the EFI system partition, you just need to select it in diskpart cmd, and then use cmd 'delete partition override' and then it could be deleted. You may go back to disk management to check if the system partition efi volume was deleted.
If you want to delete recovery partition in Windows 10/8/7, you may try the following steps. Here is also a video that shows the details.
Video - how to delete recovery partition on Windows pc