It depends on your story.
First POV: Me/I - character narrating. Makes the story very biased as it’s told from one perspective (sometimes more but never at the same time.) This is often used for Young Adult or New Adult. It’s good for character driven stories.
Present tense: makes good for action packed stories. It puts the reader right in the middle of what’s happening.
Past tense: is the most popular and most used. Makes good for narrating fluidly and unreliable narrators.
Third person POV limited he/she/they: you follow one character, but the narrator is not the character. It’s another entity. You don’t know more than the character though. Harry Potter was written in this POV.
Third person POV omniscience: you, as the narrator, KNOWS EVERYTHING. This is often used for fairy tales like The Brother’s Grimm or Hans Christian Andersen. Both Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett are probably the most popular in modern times who’ve used this POV. They make the narrator a whole other character with a distinct and often humorous voice.