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I'm thinking of getting into 3D...I have 2 laptops. Which one would be better?

Laptop 1 (2008 Dell Vostro 1700)
Intel Core 2 Duo
16:10 aspect ratio
17" screen
1920x1200 resolution
NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT
4GB DDR2 RAM
Windows 10

Laptop 2 (2014 Dell Inspiron 3531):
Intel Celeron N2830
16:9 aspect ratio
15" screen
1366x768 resolution
Intel HD Graphics 4000
4GB DDR3 RAM
Lubuntu Linux 15.10; Android-x86 4.4-r4

Which one should I install Blender on?

Pic related since I don't want to pay for anything.
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OP here.
Sorry, I messed up the OSs. The Inspiron has Win10, not the Vostro. The Vostro has Lubuntu.
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laptop 1
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why not just it on both and see which one gives better render times?
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>>514381
I could do that, but I feel like I should just install it on the Vostro as per >>514378 's suggestion, since the Inspiron has more background programs anyway.
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>>514376
Are you kidding? Laptop 2 is from like 2005. Install it on laptop 1, it's way better.
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>>514376
Worry about your skill, not your laptops.



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