I used to have all my FARR, CHS, and other vitally important utilities nested within a folder C:\UTIL\
However, as an experiment in backing up and creating a common framework of proggies on any laptop, I moved C:\UTIL\ into OneDrive. I then put junction points to the OneDrive location(s) into the original C:\UTIL - so I didn't need to change any of the existing Autohotkey code and FARR aliases that addressed them. It's a bit like using a Chromebook and seems to work seamlessly from any of the laptops I use, and arguably saves me some backing-up, though I can see a potential flaw in that argument. Waiting for the double-update conflict, or something worse ... It has its pros and cons.
I did wonder about using some other type of hard/symbolic link, but I felt I understood the JPs a little better (having played about with them before) and they are easy to populate/remove using xplorer², which is designed to use them.