A little more information would be helpful.
For example, do you have a router, and can you connect the Pi3 to the router with an Ethernet cable? If so, then image the Pi3 micro-SD card with the latest Raspbian Jessie Lite
and connect it to the router (but don't boot yet).
You also didn't mention what OS your laptop is running. Assuming Windows, get the PuTTY SSH client
and install it.
Now fire up your Pi3 and give it a minute to boot, then from PuTTY on your laptop, enter [email protected]
in the Host Name (or IP address) field, make sure SSH is checked, and click Open.
That should connect you remotely to your Pi3. You can then use the PuTTY terminal to work with the Pi3. Note that this is a command line interface, so no GUI/Desktop. But you can configure the Pi, install and run software, and do most things that don't require a desktop graphical environment.
The first thing you'll want to do is rename the Pi3 and change the default password (since everyone knows the default hostname, username and password). You can do that with raspi-config (and remember, after you change the Pi3 hostname, you'll need to use the new name to re-connect with PuTTY).
My mind is like a browser. 27 tabs are open, 9 aren't responding,
lots of pop-ups...and where is that annoying music coming from?