Docker containers are widely used, primarily because they run the same everywhere. Containers are used on all operating systems, on all computing architectures to build, share, and run software.
The operating system of the computer and the architecture (x86 or Arm) will determine how to install Docker.
Docker Engine on Linux runs on a variety of Linux distributions and architectures, including arm and arm64 (aarch64). Use these instructions for Linux and Chrome OS (using the Linux feature).
Docker Desktop is the easiest way to install Docker on Windows and macOS. The macOS version supports both Intel and Apple Silicon. The Windows version does not support Windows on Arm. There is also a new Docker Desktop for Linux available if the machine has KVM support and is running a KDE or Gnome desktop environment.
Docker on Windows on Arm can be run on Windows on Arm machines using the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL2). There is no Docker Desktop for Windows on Arm, please show your support by asking for it .