Why in windows os memory partitions starts with drive c?

why in any windows operating system default memory partitions starts with drive c? and y cant be in drive A or drive B? is there any reason behind this?
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  1. drive A: and B: used to be assigned to floppy drives which nobody really uses anymore.
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