Calendar doesn't appear when clicked on Windows 11

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I've been using Windows 11 for a couple of weeks now. I'm a very avid Linux user, and wanted to test the new WSL graphical features. I've been enjoying it so far.

 

My main problem with Windows 11 right now, however, is the calendar. 

 

When I click date and time on my taskbar, the calendar doesn't open 90% of the times. Sometimes, minutes later, it will randomly pop-up. 

 

Another feature I miss a lot from Windows 10 is to be able to see my schedule in my taskbar within with the calendar. I'd very much love to switch to Windows 11 as my workspace, but this is a massive downside, as I have to physically open the Outlook app just to see my schedule.

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