Why ? At normal viewing distance I can't see the pixels on my 28" 4K monitors.
Because it happens to be possible, and people love big numbers. Hardly many need 32 GB RAM either, but there are suckers that build gaming machines with 32 GB.
So now you get svchost.exe instead, the model on which systemd was based.
More specifically, it's called Service Control Manager. svchost.exe is just a container process for a group of services. Type "tasklist
In all fairness though, I think systemd pulls more from Mac's launchd.
What are we running out again? I thought we ran out last month! They are crying wolf!
This one is from 2011: Last Available IPv4 Blocks Allocated.
Kind of a classic Linux user comment.
"We shall reach greater and greater platitudes of achievement." -- Richard J. Daley