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This is what you'll get with GeoManager:

The author of GeoManager can not be held responsible for any damage caused by the use or misuse of GeoManager.

GeoCities is a Service Mark (sm) of GeoCities, copyright 1995, 1996. GeoCities Corporation in no way endorses or is affiliated with GeoManager. All other trademarks are the sole property of their respective owners.

GeoManager is Copyright (c) David Eriksson 1996.

Requirements for GeoManager:
  • Windows 95
  • An internet connection
  • A homepage at GeoCities
  • IMPORTANT! If you want to use GeoManager for more than 20 days you must add this or similar HTML code on your homepage:
    <A HREF="/SiliconValley/1535/index.html">
    <IMG SRC="/SiliconValley/1535/geomnow.gif" ALT="Get GeoManager now!" BORDER=0>

Download GeoManager 1.00

Download and run this file. Follow the instructions to complete the installation. File size is about 1.5 MB.

The GeoManager beta testers may download an update of GeoMan.exe here:


I have some Screen shots available here.

If I develop GeoManager further (like a version 2.0), I will add these functions:

  • Filename validation
  • Edit profile
  • Move/Delete homepage
  • Apply for new homepage

About GeoManager

I first got the idea to write a file manager program for GeoCities when I realized that the greatest reason for not updating my homepage was the extremly boring upload process, to append .membername.password to every file. (Since then GeoCities has added a util called EZ File Upload Utility but my personal opinion is that the only advantage is that the files appear immediatly in the homepage directory.)

I first wrote an application in Visual Basic 4 and the Internet Control Pack, but I quickly discovered VB's disadvantages: it's slow and inefficient. Another problem was that the FTP control didn't always upload the entire file, so I gave up VB and decided to use Visual C++. I don't regret it.

Nowadays I don't need to have my personal homepage at GeoCities, but I'd like to save the pain for all thousands of users left there. So here it is - GeoManager!

Thanks To
Per Mellstrand for his Visual C++ knowledge.
My friend Per is the author of the famous program ShellWizard
GeoCities for giving away free homepages.
All beta testers, especially Ryan Moore, Robert Brooks and Amit Yaffe.

This homepage is kindly hosted by

Copyright � David Eriksson 1996