Yes I see the render engine you are using. Unfortunately I am not familiar with that one and I trust you have tried their forum as I think they would better be suited to help. But there may be someone here that is familiar with it.
Their system requirements say that you need:
3D class Video Card with 1GB of memory or higher. Please ensure that the video card driver supports OpenGL version 1.5 or higher and up to date.
It may be that the laptop you are using does not have a graphics card that has those specs and as such it will not do anything for the rendering but leave the CPU to do the work. Many renderers make use of the GPU for speed. It may be worth checking the specs of the graphics card and maybe upgrading it?
If you do have a card with these specs and its not working its always good to check yo have the latest drivers installed too.
Otherwise you could check the documentation of the renderer to see if there is and option to use CPU or GPU or both ( maybe %), but I suspect it would be configured by default to use any available resources. Sometimes there are options like this so you can assign only so much horsepower from the GPU/CPU to the renderer so that the computer is still able to be used for other work while the render is in process. Hope you figure it out.