it does not meet minimum requirements...
I agree with cc. Adobe requires a minimum screen resolution of 1280 x 800 (and no, not the total number of pixels, nor even only one of the dimensions meet - but BOTH of the dimensions must be met). Unfortunately, 1366 x 768 does not meet Adobe's minimum requirement because your screen has only 768 pixels of vertical resolution (800 pixels of vertical resolution are required).
...if you can.....plug in an external monitor using an HDMI cable, or, if Apple product, the " mini-display port "....which is called "Thunderbolt" by Apple. 1920 x 1080p monitors are cheap nowadays. If you laptop " cant HANDLE the truth "......REPLACE IT with a beefy Asus gaming laptop. Premiere Pro is a professional program and needs beefy hardware to run smoothly.
Visit : PPBM7.com to use the free video editing benchmark test and to compare your machine with others....you will see which ones do well, and which ones struggle.