Apart from the same old hassles, with keeping a VM running, is there anything wrong with using…
Ian Ursino

It should work just fine. Docker for Windows still uses a VM, it just uses Hyper-V instead of Virtualbox. That’s why you need Windows 10 Pro to run Docker for Windows.

Linux is a different beast. There is no VM involved, in contrast to Windows and MacOS.

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