I’ve been using Kali Linux for a few months now and recently researching I found that there is a kali-rolling version, which runs as a Docker container. Yesterday I did the process of installing Docker on windows (I only had it on Kali), and I installed the current version, when I ran the image through cmd, I decided to install the full version of Kali, which, as far as I got, was appearing as 30gb, by 43%. The strange thing is that, even though it was an SSD, it was giving 100% disk, which was causing it to crash and closing cmd and Docker, and when I came back, it was as if there was nothing installed. I went to the folder in ProgramData, looked for the shortcut location, and didn’t find where those 30gb were installed. Now, I come to ask for help to know if there is a specific place where the information is saved, or if it’s just with Kali’s people
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Thats worked for me. Thanks