Useful Powershell Aliases For Docker

Elton Stoneman shares a few useful aliases in Powershell for managing Docker containers:

Docker PowerShell Alias #2 – drmf

Removes all containers, whether they’re running or not. Useful when you want to reset your running containers and get back to zero:

function Remove-AllContainers { docker container rm -f $(docker container ls -aq)
}
Set-Alias drmf Remove-AllContainers 

Use with caution

Elton shares several more at the link and also includes a link to a Github gist with them all.

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