Docker can be installed on Windows, Linux or macOS. In this video, learn how to install Docker for Windows.
- [Instructor] We're going to do a couple of things here. … So let's head over to the Docker website … to download Docker for Windows. … Now if you have Linux or a Mac, … then go ahead and install the images for your platform. … So to install Docker for Windows, … I select Products, I select Desktop … and I select Get Started Today. … Now if you don't already have a Docker ID … then go ahead and sign up for one. … So I'm going to use the Docker ID that I've signed up for. … And I select Download Docker Desktop … on the right of my screen. … And now once the installer for Docker has downloaded, … I open it, … I allow this app to make changes to my device, … and it's really important that I don't check this box. … I want to use the Linux containers … rather than the Windows containers. … So I select OK. … Now this should take a couple of minutes. … And I select Close. … So I'm now going to head over to my desktop and start Docker. … Now you might find that if you have a Windows installation, …
- Why Docker is gaining prominence
- Running a container
- Docker under the hood
- Working with Dockerfiles
- Uploading images to Docker Hub
- Common use cases for Docker