If you are asking about word processing programs, I prefer the Microsoft Works. I enjoy the simplicity and straightforward set up of Works. One of the main problems with Works is that most other people and most businesses use Microsoft Word and might have trouble opening attachments drafted in Microsoft Works unless they happen to have this program installed on their computers. I find that for personal use, the Works task launcher suits me better. It offers templates that Word does not. Also, I feel Works templates are more user friendly, less confusing, and help me stay organized easily. If you are asking about a word processing program for creating articles, stories, and other documents that you might want or need to share with important people such as bosses or editors, use Microsoft Word so you can be certain your attachments can be accessed without difficulty.
However, because of the way your question is worded, I suspect you are asking about software programs that can help you organize an article or plot a story. If this is what you are looking for, do an Internet search for story plotting software or article writing software. If I was a novelist, I would be able to point you to certain programs, but since I usually write shorter stories and articles I don't have a need for this type of software. I do know that some writing software programs offer the opportunity to download a free trial version to see if it suits your needs before you plunk down your money.