Create docker image running old Windows version

I am new to docker and my task is to create docker container running Windows 98.
The difficult part is not having Windows 98 installed. My computer has Windows 7/Kubuntu 16 (dual boot).
I am looking for some way of getting ready Windows98 docker image or creating it using these operational systems.

P.S. I think I need to clarify: I prefer to run docker over Kubuntu, not Windows (if possible).
The docker image should run Windows98 inside.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Create docker image running old Windows version”

    Here you have official images from Microsoft for docker.
    As you can see there are only Nano Server and Windows Server Core containers available.

    Unfortunatelly for Windows98 you would need to use regular VM.

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