I think it depends on how your brain works.
I downloaded and installed both yWriter and Scrivener (which I have used before, both of 'em,
I used to use Scrivener, but I switched back to LibreOffice when I started creating print-on-demand versions of my stories. Much less hassle to write
That was quick! I am thinking about the trial version. It would be interesting to try it at the least.
Scrivener is a full-on word processor that can do everything MS Word can do. Once you're writing in a file, it is indistinguishable from any word processor.
Scrivener does look fantastic. As I said, it looks like it has similar capabilities to MS OneNote, only more functions and each of them can do more than