Full Windsor (a/k/a the Windsor or Double Windsor) is the most fulsome and congruent of the major necktie knots. It is also my favorite tie knot for a spread collar (like the one in the photo). The spread collar's expanse calls for a knot with some impact, and the Windsor is the best tool for the job unless your tie is cut wide or made of a thick material. The Windsor's thickness and heft keep the collar standing at attention throughout even a long day.
Unfortunately, many inexpensive satin ties are simply too thin, even in a full Windsor, to ever carry a spread collar. These ties are generally not worth keeping anyway.
I do not recommend the Full Windsor with a straight collar (example here) because the Windsor is not an especially long knot (compared to the four-in-hand tied with a thick tie). Generally, the Windsor will end a half-inch or more above the points of such a collar, leading to a somewhat cluttered and unbalanced look. However, if your tie is unusually thick and luxurious, and you can get a long, thick dimple (as pictured in the link), the knot assemblage may be just substantial enough to carry the day.