If you ever decide to settle down and really describe your system as far as how much RAM you are using, how your disk drive(s) are configured, etc., and then really describe what is happening in a logical manner perhaps someone will be able to offer you some assistance. Ranting and raving and shouting isn't going to get you much help. I'm using a very modest computer, Windows 10, 8 GB RAM, and I'm able to create panorama images, HDR images, and have no problems using Lightroom. There's obviously something installed incorrectly or configured incorrectly on your system.
Had you bothered you would see that my computer IS NOT THE PROBLEM
You would also have spotted that I very cunningly EXPLAINED THE PROBLEM USING CRYSTAL CLEAR ........................WORDS
OK. Maybe someone else is willing to put up with your tirade. Unfortunately for you, I'm not.
Try inputting "HDR and PANORAMA are greyed out" into Google and see if you can find a post somewhere that helps.
Even try using the words "grayed out"
Also, calm down. Venting on the forums is not going to make anyone want to help you.
Please understand that these forums are not Adobe Support. The vast majority of the participants here are end users themselves volunteering their personal time to assist other users. Occasionally, Adobe employees do monitor these forums although in many cases, they are also not part of Adobe Support.
As another 'user' (with some frustrations like yourself) I would like to help if I can.
But first some questions-
What is your OS?
What are you trying to achieve- HDR or Panorama?
The files you are selecting- what are their properties? Raw, jpg, originals, virtual copies, cropped, different exposure, different framing, etc?
A screen-clip of the selected photos in the Library grid would also help.
For a panorama- do the images have some image overlap?
For HDR- are the images the originals taken at different camera exposures?
All of these answers would help us try for an answer to help you.