The cursor should be automatically placed in the input box when launching Anytype from the taskbar in Windows system

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
Under the Windows system, you can call out the software by right-clicking the icon “Open anytype” on the taskbar. If anytype has not been used for a long time, you need to enter the PIN code to enter. However, in some cases, anytype is not available for input, and you need to manually click the password input box. However, in fact, if anytype is started from a completely shut down state, it is automatically in a state where the password can be entered every time it is started, and there is no need to manually click the input box. I think the same behavior should be maintained when starting anytype from hidden state.

Describe the solution you’d like
Each time anytype is called out from the taskbar, make the cursor enterable.

Additional context

Everytime anytype restarts from shutdown.easy input

Sometime anytype is called out from the taskbar.Inconvenient to enter PIN