Computer only because my handwriting is that of a serial killer.
As mentioned above, I use a MAC or MACBOOK laptop. I seldom print out, as my work usually is vetted online with a click of a button to a publisher or editor.
Yes. Never, unless I absolutely must. No, I have trained myself to read comfortably on the screen, and I make my corrections right on the computer. I keep saving newer and newer versions of the file, though, in case I ever want to go back to an earlier version and start off in a different direction. Mostly I write whatever comes to mind. Sometimes, for longer works, I have a written outline so I can focus on a small piece yet not lose track of where I came from and where I'm going. After dumping out a first draft, I'll reread and make changes several different times. After a while, I don't want to make any more changes. That's when I know I'm done.
The advantage of computer is that thought is as fast as finger fly. Corrections and changes are quick. When I used a typewriter, I found I was not happy until I typed a clean final copy - but there was always something more that could be added or changed, so that clean final copy kept eluding me.
PC and printer. I correct on Word.
Computer. I'll sometimes whip out a paper and pencil and scribble. But I just write on the program. I like it. Makes everything faster. Write. Revise. Write.
I have a faster flow of ideas on the computer because I can type faster than I can move a pencil...however, I can write with any medium...I notice that on the computer, I sometimes get too audience focused and fall away from my intention and clarity, so I need to be ever mindful of that.
I write on a computer, it is easy to write, and to make changes.
I write on a computer; I use to type for a living so I can't write nearly as fast. I start out with a rough draft and re-read my work several times until the finished product.
I use my laptop frequently, than correcting on paper. I find it much easier for me.
I used to type things out, before the advent of the personal computer. I hated having to waste paper. Now I work exclusively on a document file and do not print anything out until it's ready to publish. I make corrections, edit, add things, layout illustrations scanned on a printer where they belong. I had been wishing for the process I use now for over 30 years, so you can imagine what I did when laptops came out.
I usually write on the computer although I wrote one book entirely in longhand sitting on the front porch. I don't print copy until I have finished the piece- article, story or book. I read the piece from the out loud, making corrections as I go along. Then I print the piece and correct on paper. Then I get my readers busy.
Computer, my hand writing is awful. I only print when done, then on subsequent edits. No. I do this electronically.
I use a computer and print occasionally. Sometimes it's easier to catch mistakes on paper than on the screen.
I mostly write on a computer. I like to cut and paste my text and move it all around. When I have a draft I am happy with I will print it and then read it a couple of times. I also read my work out loud and sometimes will tape myself reading to hear how it sounds.