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I am using Docker and its docker-compose functionalities on Windows 10.

Right now when I run the command docker-compose up -d to start some containers in the background, the containers started will be running even after rebooting my Docker-Host.

How can I prevent that? I just want them to start when I explicitly power them up.

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    How is this off topic? If anything its a duplicate. Mar 24, 2020 at 13:48
  • Agreed. It could hardly be MORE on-topic, although neither the question nor the answer is Windows-specific.
    – Lambart
    Sep 8, 2022 at 20:32

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You can easily achieve this by using the following command:

docker update --restart=no my-container

Where my-container should be every container you don't want to be started when your Host (In this case W10) boots.

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