If anything related to your crypto is on your everyday laptop, and if you want to be certain it’s secure, ie. Absolutely certain, move your coins and secure your new private hey.
You need to consider how secure anything youused that machine for is, if someone can access your email they can control any account that is linked to that email, fetlife account? Steam log in? Skype? All of these are attack vectors, especially when you hold enough. have you ever left the physical machine open anywhere? Even with friends, how certain are you your ‘friend’ wouldn’t screw you if it was for 7 figures? you can not be certain you never exposed yourself.
You made this post because your want to be certain you’re being safe. To ensure this, Transfer all your Holdings to a new wallet, create that on machine that does not connect to internet, bootable Linux USB , ask if you don’t know how to do this.
even if you just create a new wallet, transfer and then make 3 back ups of the private key is a huge step up in security. I really recommend physically engraving it on non perishable material and physically sorting it somewhere very safe, a usb drive can “just stop working” a physical copy of it is safe once is stored securely.
If you are very worried about the physical security of the private key, there is an option to split your private key into 3 parts a,b,c . Then make parts “ab” “BC” and “AC” Store separately ab, bc , AC, with a trusted friend/in a safe/encoded in a lottery ticket on your fridge/ tattooed on your genitals/whatever.
Any single part stored, ab or AC or BC is useless to access the wallet but any two of the three is all you need to access it.