Removing The Windows Container Service

Melody Zacharias shows us how to remove the Windows container service from a machine:

This week I wanted to try out a new product from a vendor.  I thought I may use it for a demo so wanted to be able to run it on my laptop.  You never know when you go to do a demo and cannot access Azure, so I try to always put my demos on my laptop as a backup; just in case….

The product required me to remove all previous versions of windows containers on my machine.  The vendor recommended I use this posh command.

Remove-WindowsFeature Containers

I was fairly sure I did not have any but wanted to check to make sure.

Melody walks through a few tricky issues, including the difference between the command on Windows 10 versus Windows Server.

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