docker system prune command removes all stopped containers, dangling images, and unused networks. If you pass the
--volumes flag, it will remove all unused volumes too.
You can execute the below commands in PowerShell to remove all the images and docker containers.
Remove all containers:
Remove all images
Remove all the version of the image if the image name contains given text:
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