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Changing How Updates Work with Docker Desktop 3.3

Today we are pleased to announce the release of Docker Desktop 3.3. We’ve been listening to your feedback on our Public Roadmap and we are consistently asked for three things: smaller downloads,...

Desktop Support for iTerm2 – A Feature Request from the Docker Public Roadmap

The latest Docker Desktop release, 3.2, includes support for iTerm2 which is a terminal emulator that is highly popular with macOS fans. From the Containers/Apps Dashboard, for a running container,...

New Docker Desktop Preview for Apple M1 Released

This is just a quick update to let you know that we’ve released another preview of Docker Desktop for Apple M1 chips, which you can download from our Docker Apple M1 Tech Preview page. The most...

Closing Out 2020 with More Innovation for Developers

Recently our CEO Scott Johnston took a look back on all that Docker had achieved one year after selling the Enterprise business to Mirantis and refocusing solely on developers. We made significant...

WSL 2 GPU Support is Here

At Microsoft Build in the first half of the year, Microsoft demonstrated some awesome new capabilities and improvements that were coming to Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 including the ability to share...

Download and Try the Tech Preview of Docker Desktop for M1

Last week, during the Docker Community All Hands, we announced the availability of a developer preview build of Docker Desktop for Macs running on M1 through the Docker Developer Preview Program. We...

Docker Desktop 3.0.0: Smaller, Faster Releases

Today with the release of Docker Desktop 3.0.0, we’re launching several major improvements to the way we distribute Docker Desktop. From now on we will be providing all updates as deltas from the...