(May 6, 2020) Docker is an excellent tool for launching Linux-containerized applications, and it even runs on Windows. But running Docker containers on Windows has a few unexpected rough edges. One will come if you try the default way to launch MySQL doesn't work on Windows. Instead of the expected successful launch you might instead be told Can't start server : Bind on unix socket and asked whether there is another MySQL server running. That misleading error can send you on a tangential wild goose chase.
(May 5, 2020) We often mount folders into a Docker container to ensure data is persistent while letting us freely destroy and recreate the container. But on Windows you might get a head-scratching error message saying "Unhandled exception: Drive has not been shared". The most common advice that might come up when searching the Internet is not about this situation, but about general file sharing in Windows. In this case the error refers to configuration settings in Docker.