https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_11 came out in late 2020, when most home networks use wifi.
After searching for hours, I have been unable to find a built-in way of transferring files from my Windows PC to my Android Pixel (and ideally the reverse too) without downloading a special app from the Play store.
This is shocking to me.
Is it really the case that Android doesn't natively support wifi file transfer?
[I'd rather not need to search for (and decide whether I trust) a third-party app. And I'd certainly rather not use a physical cable for file transfers like it's 1990.]