both are fine -- for a typical home computer you probably won't even use a fraction of the processors power -- choose the one that consumes the least power or is the cheaper of the two -- Either one of these processors are more than adequate for most typical jobs.
Even an I3 is probably sufficient for a decent basic setup use especially if you have an SSD and loads of RAM --
CPU power is rarely a bottleneck these days. (Extreme Gaming, mega computation such as weather forecasting / complex statistical analysis or huge video editing are exceptions and for these you probably wouldn't choose to use a laptop.
For a laptop choose the one that consumes the least power -- extends battery life.