Under Windows 10, you'll find the Docker Machine (
This is the value you need to put in the Docker Machine field.
You don't need to change anything for the VM Driver field as VirtualBox doesn't need to be installed when you use Docker for Windows.
Then you have to edit some setting of the Docker daemon to allow your Eclipse Docker plugin to connect to it:
First of all, check if the Docker daemon is running by clicking on the Task View button on the Windows taskbar.
Mouse over the Docker icon and the tooltip should say: Docker is running.
If it's running, right-click the Docker icon to open the Docker contextual menu and go to Settings.
In the General Tab, which you will land on by default, Make sure the
"Expose daemon on tcp://localhost:2375 without TLS" checkbox is checked.
(It isn't by default)
You can now edit your Docker Connection in Eclipse and do not need to search for a connection name, simply enter how you want to name it (ie. SomeDockerConnection) and check the "TCP Connection" radio button.
You can enter
tcp://localhost:2375 in the URI and click "Test Connection".
You should see a message appear to confirm that the ping was successful.
At this point you'll be able to see your containers and images in Eclipse's Docker Explorer perspective.