Legacy? I’m concerned if Docker Toolbox is to be described as ‘legacy’ if this means that no other ‘non-Hyper-V windows’ solution is to be officially supported by Docker going forward?
Perhaps both a Docker for Windows (Hyper-V) and a Docker for Windows (Non-Hyper-V) approach can be officially adopted?
For all the many reasons mentioned by others on the docker forum it would appear to make sense if a “non-Hyper-V docker for windows” target was maintained with current docker code or if this is not going to be possible, perhaps Docker could ‘officially recommend’ another non-Hyper-V virutualisation process eg VMWare/Virtualbox distro and usage process for windows users who either don’t want to or can’t run Hyper-V?
I guess a new docker for windows user can just try installing docker to a Centos virtualbox vm but for new to docker windows users who may not be sufficiently skilled in linux etc, having an ‘officially supported’ installation approach that deals specifically with usage for non-Hyper-V windows users would be very helpful. I suspect that the approach of steering all windows users down the the docker via hyper-v path may not prove popular for windows users which might be counter productive for Docker?