By default, there is only a C:\Users\Public\Record TV
folder. This is because since this media is usually shared, it usually needs to be in the C:\Users\Public folder to be able to do so easily by default.
The only problem with getting the Record TV
button in the Start Menu to open to C:\Users\(User Name)\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Libraries\Record TV
, is that there is not a Record TV library folder at that location or a C:\User\(user-name)\Record TV
folder as well to point it to.
Sure, you could create a new library for Record TV, but since there's not a C:\User\(user-name)\Record TV
folder, you would only be able to include the C:\Users\Public\Record TV
folder which is already the default folder Record TV
button in the Start Menu opens to. There's really no point in creating a new library or changing the default open to path of the Record TV
button in the Start Menu because of this.