Docker doesn't remove unused objects such as containers, images, volumes, and networks unless you explicitly tell it to do so. As you work with Docker, you can easily accumulate a large number of unused objects that consume significant disk space and clutter the output produced by the Docker commands. This guide serves as a ???cheat sheet??? to help Docker users keep their system organized and to free disk space by removing unused Docker containers, images, volumes, and networks.
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