Computer, typewriter, pen or pencil?
The manner by which writers have recorded their thoughts has change over the years, from before Mark Twain, right up until todays scribes.
Most modern authors transfer their ramblings from mind & heart to paper or disk, via a computer. However there are some older writers that are set in their ways and refuse steadfastly to use the pen and paper, transcribing the drafts in long hand.
One of my favourite TV re-run programs, ‘Murder She Wrote’, shows the lead actress, banging away at her typewriter and then, later in the series, adapting to the computer.
Whatever your choice, it is not that important. The story is. Let the words flow forth, with the knowledge that you will be bringing much pleasure to your readers,
An afterthought. Thank goodness my doctor uses a computer; her handwriting is quite atrocious!