I just installed MS SQL Server 2012 on my new Windows 10 Pro PC. When I started Management Studio, a new folder was automatically created in my PC's Document folder. The folder is > This PC > Documents > SQL Server Management Studio. It also created a Settings and a Templates sub folder within the SQL Server Management Studio folder.
Is there a way to modify the location of those folders? I'd like to keep them and all other like folders in This PC > Documents > Application Settings. So the SSMS folder would be PC > Documents > Application Settings > SQL Server Management Studio.
So far, I'm unable to figure out how to do that.