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I've always ran drush cc all this way:

 C:\example\sites\all\modules>drush cc all

But can I also run it this way?

 C:\example>drush cc all

Does the second option fully clear the cache and the first one only the modules cache?

I never thought about this, always did it the first way...)

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It's irrelevant. The command:

drush cc all 

clears all caches. The directory has no affect on what is cleared. If you want to target modules use:

drush cc module-list

Or if you want to target another cache use:

drush cc

which will prompt you for a cache to target.

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