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How to list the all installed applications with date in ubuntu?

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I want to list all the application installed on ubuntu with date

dpkg -l this command list only installed application i want installed date

posted Apr 18, 2015 by Avinash Ks

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Simply use dpkg.log something like

cat /var/log/dpkg.log | grep "\ install\ "
answer Apr 18, 2015 by Salil Agrawal
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Anther way by using GUI i.e by using "software-center".
Open the software-center from terminal or from dash.
After opening click on the history, there you can see the list of application by date.
Software-center

answer Apr 20, 2015 by Arshad Khan
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