Docker is a platform that enables you to combine an app plus its configuration and dependencies into a single, independently deployable unit called a container.
If you already have Docker installed, make sure it's version 23.0.0 or higher.
You'll be asked to register for Docker Store before you can download the installer.
By default, Docker will use Linux Containers on Windows. Leave this configuration settings as-is when prompted in the installer.
After installing Docker, you may be asked to sign out to finalize installation.
Once you've installed, open a new command prompt and run the following command:
If the command runs, displaying some version information, then Docker is successfully installed.