Oh sorry, I’ll check, I’m on mobile and it doesn’t show me PMs.
Since you're getting a new laptop, you can download Reaper, which has a basically unlimited evaluation period. After 60 days you'll get a 5-second nag screen when you open the program, but that's it. After that, it's fully functional. Reaper is awesome, easy enough to use for recording basic tracks, doesn't add any unnecessary shit to your recording chain, and I know the program very well, so I can walk you through any questions you might have.
I would advise everyone to try out Reaper, and if you do a lot of recording and like the program, buy it. It's only $60, which includes free updates through an entire version number! (Version 5.xx has been going for over 3 years now, currently at v 5.941, and a new license will get you updates through v 6.99) That's insanely cheap for what is a professional quality digital audio workstation, and I like to reward software companies that offer their wares for so little money. If you only record projects a couple of times a year, though, just deal with the nag screen and use it for free.