Arjan/Kaniken (yes, it is trivial to see the two of you are the only ones who have ever posted from your IP),
I'm surprised you keep bringing up the same issues we've talked about before. The issues you are running into in 3.x are related to your antivirus program locking files that ST3 is trying to index. You can ignore the files you are editing with your AV, or disable indexing in ST3. If you disable indexing in ST3, you will get all of the other benefits over ST2.
Sublime Text is not the only program that runs into issues with antivirus on Windows. It is a well known problem with TortoiseSVN also. Basically, programs that need to quickly access files in rapid succession (such as indexing or copying for version control) tend to get into contention with antivirus and the windows Search Indexer apps. Unfortunately I don't know how you resolve these types of issues - from what I can tell the TortoiseSVN developers have not figured it out either. I do know that I've run into antivirus issues trying to compile software on windows using MinGW with GCC. A compile that took 5 minutes without AV took over an hour with our corporate AV enabled.
I don't know the situation where you work, but I'd highly recommend using OS X or Linux if you do software development that does not require Microsoft tools. In general those platforms tend to have better tooling for open source languages, less lock-happy filesystems, no real issues that require AV, etc. That said, I've used Sublime Text 2 and 3 a fair amount on Windows 7 x64 and Windows 8 x64 and never run into issues. Perhaps you should also look into using Windows Security Essentials for your AV needs.
Personally, I have no problem if you want to raise concerns with Sublime Text or Sublime HQ in a civil way, however repeatedly bringing up the same issues and being a jerk to so many people along the way is not something that we want in the Sublime community. Please cease this behavior.