Implementation of LR is poor - no proper thrading concept causes a great lack of performance

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this whole support site doesnt look like Adobe is really interested in problem reports or user opinion! I am very disappointed by the poor implementation of Lightrook which has a great idea / wokrflow / concept. But how inefficient is it implemented? This is a complete FAIL - it seems that Adobe has no idea of modern software development!!
Lightroom does not pre-cache and pre-render the next image - WHY!?!? I have 16GB of Ram but only 4 GB are used! For sure if I edit pictrue No. 104 I will next click on picture No. 105. Is this ignorance or just stupidness that LR is not pre-calculating this image as preview? Neither I wanna buy the most expensive hardware nor I want to wait for each picture for ages to be rendered! Adobe has completely failed. For each update I am waiting for performance improvements but LR gets slower and slower with each update. There is no explenation for my comupter being in idle status after one picture has been rendered! Have you ever heard of multithreading and thread priorities? a low prio background thread could improve the performance SO MUCH! I am working in software development and would never accept such a beginners work!!
Next beginners implementation: Why are multiple output operations on hard disks performed simultaneously and not in sequence? Seems like purpose for me to slow the whole thing down - no reasonnable explenation can be given - for sure...
A disappointed customer who will today start looking for alternaives...
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This forum is also stupid. I received a verification code via email but there is no form to enter ist and the email does not conain any emails regarding this code. I have never seen such a big company acting so unprofessional!!!