Docker Desktop for Windows
Getting Docker Desktop for Windows
Docker Desktop for Windows is free to download.
If you don't understand something about Docker Desktop for Windows, the extensive documentation is a great place to look for answers.
Support for Docker Desktop is available to Docker customers on a Pro or Team plan by completing the Desktop support form.
Bugs with the Docker Desktop for Windows software can be filed as issues in this (docker/for-win) repository, which we respond to on a best-effort basis. Support requests in this repository (i.e., trouble installing or using the software) will be ignored, but community support is available from the Docker community Slack.
This repository contains an issue tracker for Docker Desktop for Windows -- an
integrated Docker experience on Microsoft Windows. If you find a problem
with the software, first browse the existing
issues or search from the bar
at the top (
s to focus) and then, if you don't find your issue, open
a new issue.
Docker Desktop for Windows uses many open source components. A full list of
components and licenses is available inside of Docker Desktop from
About Docker Desktop -> Acknowledgements in the
Some notable components include: