FBH made me laugh I just meant FeedBack Hub
Anyway, by "properly relocate", I meant to properly relocate the designated folder from your "normal" location within your profile, to your "desired physical location". There's a trick here, and you kind of hit on it when you looked at the "This PC" then "Desktop".... they are actually shortcuts to folders. To be clear though, it's important to distinguish between the possible places these items appear, and know when you're talking about a folder versus a shortcut to a folder. If you open up Explorer, by default you probably see a shortcut list. But if you press ALT-D (address bar, like in Edge) then type c:\users and hit enter, you get to the USers folder. You should see a list of users who have active accounts on the machine and a "Public" folder (this just contains shared items, so you can store them once and show all users). If you then open up your user account folder, you'll see the list of items you care about (and those you don't and want cleaned up).
So lets right click on the "3d Objects" link. Select the "Location" tab. If you don't see a "Location" tab it's a real directory, not a link. On my default user profile, it shows this as stored in "
C:\Users\brett\3D Objects" (which is the same as where the link is). If you want to relocate it, you use the "Move..." option. That's the way to "properly" relocate them that I mentioned earlier.
The "desktop" loop you went into is because you seem to have a "This PC" link on your desktop, possibly from a previous Windows version? That's not on a default user profile on a Win10 only user, and it's not possible to copy the current link to the desktop, so I can't recreate your situation.