Simplifying Docker Cleanup: A Handy Script by BigBearTechWorld

Docker’s versatility is undisputed, yet its maintenance can be tedious, especially when dealing with numerous containers and images. That’s where our script steps in. Designed to be interactive and easy to use, it empowers you to clean up your Docker environment with just a few commands.

What the Script Offers:

  • Container Cleanup: Removes all stopped Docker containers.
  • Image Cleanup: Deletes unused Docker images to free up space.
  • Volume Cleanup: Clears out unused Docker volumes.
  • Network Cleanup: Removes unused Docker networks.

Usage Guide:

To use the script, simply run the following command:

bash -c "$(wget -qLO -"

Safety First:

Before running the script, please double-check that you are not removing any necessary Docker resources. It’s always better to be safe than sorry!

Troubleshooting Tips:

If you encounter issues such as permission errors or network connectivity problems while running the script, please ensure you have the necessary permissions and are connected to the internet. For more detailed troubleshooting, feel free to start a post about your issue.

Why Use This Script?

Our Docker cleanup script is not just a time-saver; it also helps prevent the accumulation of unused Docker resources, which can consume valuable disk space and lead to a cluttered development environment. Whether you’re a seasoned developer or just starting with Docker, this script makes maintenance tasks a breeze.

Future Updates and Contributions:

We’re always looking to improve. Stay tuned for future updates, and feel free to contribute to the script’s development on GitHub.


Efficient Docker management is key to a smooth development workflow. With this simple yet powerful script by BigBearTechWorld, you can keep your Docker environment clean and organized with minimal effort. Give it a try and experience a more streamlined Docker experience!