Docker only supports Docker Desktop on Windows for those versions of Windows 10 that are still within Microsoft’s servicing timeline. What’s included in the installer 🔗 The Docker Desktop installation includes Docker Engine, Docker CLI client, Docker Compose, Docker Content Trust, Kubernetes, and Credential Helper.How do I start Docker desktop after installation?
Docker Desktop does not start automatically after installation. To start Docker Desktop, search for Docker, and select Docker Desktop in the search results. When the whale icon in the status bar stays steady, Docker Desktop is up-and-running, and is accessible from any terminal window.Can I share containers and images created with Docker desktop?
Containers and images created with Docker Desktop are shared between all user accounts on machines where it is installed. This is because all Windows accounts use the same VM to build and run containers. Note that it is not possible to share containers and images between user accounts when using the Docker Desktop WSL 2 backend.How do I know when a new Docker version is available?
When an update is available, Docker Desktop displays an icon to indicate the availability of a newer version. You can choose when to start the download and installation process. To encourage developers to stay up to date, Docker Desktop displays a reminder two weeks after an update becomes available.