@angristan That's because docker on windows isn't docker on windows.
It's docker on linux in a Hyper-V VM on Windows.
Docker "on Windows" just sets up a Linux VM where it runs docker. Then the Windows command line tools basically just forward your commands to that VM.
You're better off just installing docker in a Linux VM on your preferred Hypervisor. It's the same thing except you can't control it from PowerShell/cmd
The volume of IT issues at my worplace basically tripled after we upgraded to Windows 10. Everything from windows update automatically removing manually installed drivers, resetting default applications and pushing edge way too hard to forced reboots, updates failing, bitlocker being broken, bluetooth support still being ass and it doing that weird hybrid thing with Hyper-v
From what I hear issues here went down when Windows 10 became the supported and the default for Windows users where I work, but I don't work with that team to verify.
By the time you're getting to so many discrepancies on how well the OS works at scale, you're looking more at user expectations and issues with user applications being a problem more than the OS itself.
I'd happily move to some place where I don't need to deal with Windows clients. Or at least less. Like maybe some scientific institution. But there aren't many non-Windows jobs in Norway