How Do You Turn On Allow_url_fopen?

How do you turn on allow_url_fopen?


How To Turn On Allow_url_fopen

I need to turn this on in order to install a app to my site, but i cant get it to work. I tried googling it and it always says "Set it to on in the php.ini", however I cannot find this file anywhere. I am using GoDaddy with the Windows server, if that matters. Does anybody know how I can turn allow_url_fopen on or find PHP.ini?

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