There are a few serious options.
The Xbox One controller is probably your best bet if you don't want any setup nonsense. Because it's produced by Microsoft, the drivers are already in place, meaning that this controller should work right out of the box. Plug it into the computer, the computer will recognize it, and you're ready to go. If you don't want to mess around with setup, this is the controller to go for.
For a slightly cheaper option, the Xbox 360 controller is also plug and play. However, the triggers and directional pad are a little less responsive than the Xbox One model. The directional pad is nothing more than a circle of plastic, which was one of the biggest complaints about this pad. It is very cheap though, $27 on Amazon versus $50 for the Xbox One model.
Finally, a PS4 controller might suit you better. Some people prefer the smaller profile and different control stick locations to the Xbox models, which is really all down to personal taste. However, a PS4 controller is $59, making it the most expensive option. PS4 controllers also require third party drivers to be set up, making it more of a time investment than a Microsoft-made controller.