Say it in front of you
If you want to install docker in Windows system, you need to know the configuration of your computer first. Because the docker container needs at least 2G of running memory, I usually use about 5g when I use it, so don’t think about installing docker without 8g memory module.
Two key points
- Open the CPU virtualization = > open the task manager to check whether the CPU virtualization is turned on or not. If not, = > restart the computer and enter the BIOS page to open the CPU virtualization
- Enable the local hyperv service (control panel search programs and functions = > enable or disable windows functions = > find the hyperv, then check it all and restart it)
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