Do I need to install kubectl after installing docker? Yet docker comes with its own version of kubeCtl?
Note: Docker Desktop for Windows adds its own version of kubectl to PATH. If you have installed Docker Desktop before, you may need to place your PATH entry before the one added by the Docker Desktop installer or remove the Docker Desktop's kubectl.
This, to me, seems to imply that it is not uncommon to install kubernetes when you have installed one that comes with docker. Why is it so?