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Guest Blog: Deciding Between Docker Desktop and a DIY Solution

Guest author Ben Hall is the lead technical developer for C# .NET at a gov.uk (a United Kingdom public sector information website) and a .NET Foundation member. He worked for nine years as a school...

WSL 2 GPU Support for Docker Desktop on NVIDIA GPUs

It's been a year since Ben wrote about Nvidia support on Docker Desktop. At that time, it was necessary to take part in the Windows Insider program, use Beta CUDA drivers, and use a Docker Desktop...

The Grace Period for the Docker Subscription Service Agreement Ends Soon – Here’s What You Need to Know

Remember the updates to our product subscription tiers we announced on August 31? You may recall we also announced a grace period for those that need to transition from a free to a paid subscription...

Do the New Terms of Docker Desktop Apply If You Don’t Use the Docker Desktop UI?

Even if you’re not taking advantage of the user interface that Docker provides with Docker Desktop and are simply using the CLI, you may still need a paid subscription to use Docker Desktop. Much of...

How to Select the Docker Subscription That’s Right for You

On August 31st, 2021, we announced updates to our product subscription tiers. These changes are helping us to deliver on our mission to ​​simplify application development and remove complexities...

Docker Desktop 4.2 Release: Save Your Battery with Pause / Resume, and Say Goodbye to the Update Pop-up

With Docker Desktop 4.2 we’re excited to introduce Pause / Resume as well as a host of changes to make it easier for you to manage updates. These features are available to Docker Desktop users on...

Screaming In the Cloud with Corey Quinn and Docker CEO Scott Johnston

On August 31st, Docker announced updates to our product subscriptions — Docker Personal, Pro, Team and Business. Our CEO Scott Johnston recently joined Corey Quinn on an episode of Screaming in the...