I had to perform a clean install of my computer and struggled to get Jupyter properly configured. The default folder is located on C:\, but all my files are in my cloud folder on another hard drive.
There is no way to easily change the default folder from Anaconda, so here’s how to proceed :
First, launch the command prompt from Anaconda by clicking on “Open Terminal” (from any environment)
The enter the following command : jupyter notebook –generate-config, and wait a few seconds :
This will create a file named “jupyter_notebook_config.py” in your user folder. Open this file and search for “#c.NotebookApp.notebook_dir = ‘‘
Do not forget to remove the # symbol to uncomment and insert the path to your notebooks folder, using forward slashes, e.g. D:/MyFiles/Notebooks/Python
Restart Anaconda and you’re done !