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This getting started provided very basic essentials for using Docker on Mac, Windows, and Linux. If you want to learn more with regard to end-to-end development, start with the full install instructions and feature overviews, then follow up with more advanced tutorials and user guides.

Depending on your interest, the Docker documentation contains a wealth of information. Here are some places to start:

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More about Docker for Mac, features, examples, FAQs, relationship to Docker Machine and Docker Toolbox, and how this fits in the Docker ecosystem [Getting Started with Docker for Mac](https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-mac/)
More about Docker for Windows, features, examples, FAQs, relationship to Docker Machine and Docker Toolbox, and how this fits in the Docker ecosystem [Getting Started with Docker for Windows](https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-windows/)
More about Docker Toolbox [Docker Toolbox Overview](/toolbox/overview.md)
More about Docker for Linux distributions [Install Docker Engine on Linux](/engine/installation/linux/index.md)
More advanced tutorials on running containers, building your own images, networking containers, managing data for containers, and storing images on Docker Hub [Learn by example](/engine/tutorials/index.md)</a>
Information about the Docker product line The product explainer is a good place to start.
How to set up an automated build on Docker Hub Docker Hub documentation
How to run a multi-container application with Compose [Docker Compose documentation](/compose/overview.md)
A tutorial on Docker Swarm, which provides clustering capabilities to scale applications across multiple Docker nodes Getting started with swarm mode
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