Thanks for your clarifications.
Point No : 1…slicing on cloud… : Log data sending is just fine.
Point No : 2… slicing on CPU and not on GPU… : OK
Point No : 3 …3D view… : Once rendered. PathIO displays ok
Point No :4 … slow down… : Understand from your comment that it will take time as developer team is busy killing some bugs. Perfectly fine.
Point No :5 …threading and paraller processing…: I am simply slicing laughing buddha object which is fairly simple. Even than it takes considerable time in PathIO. If you wish, I could mail you that particular model also.
Point No: 6 … lot of RAM…: Now here is a problem. Why for running a slicer program an user would close other programs. Do you want me to close WinAMP while it is playing my favorite tunes for the sake of slicing ??. I better change to another software if some software forces it to do so i.e. prevents/hinders multitaksing. . A piece of software in Windows parlance should be healthy in sharing memory with its colleagues, you see. If it can not, God saves that software,dear.
Predominantly, I use Craftware. It is just awesome. It renders fast, it displays fast. This is the generation where everything is require on GMSGMF basis (Give me straight, Give me fast). I have been experimenting with lot of slicers (some antique pieces also). I found this particular slicer fastest in every aspect. Yes, there are still some bugs in it. But speed wise…it can take any slicer head on. …Do explore please.
Craftware is not good at generating custom supports neither it is good at manual ones. Cura is champ in types of supports. But has tendency to get hang randomly.
Thanks for your responses.