Quick question on PID's: Where normally the PID's designated to my active processes seem to scale appropriately (at least, as far as I can tell), lately I have noticed that about 7 or 8 services in particular (always at the top) will be designated with PID numbers that are much, much higher than their following processes with the numbers scaled grossly disproportionate to the rest of the gradually scaled PID's.
Of course, when I want to take a screenshot of it to show what I'm seeing, it's not doing it. But as a general example, the PID's start in the 400's and gradually scale up through 800's - 1100's. What I'm seeing now is a specific group at the top jump from 1100's well into the 20000's. This strikes me as unusual, but I'm still learning this stuff and can't be certain. Window's Task Manager calls the group UnistackSvcGroup and in Process Hacker I can see the same name in the binary path column.
I'm just wondering if this is this anything to be concerned about?
Attached are the usual suspects, but the numbers I'm seeing typically jump from the 1100 to 24000+ range.
Any feedback is greatly appreciated, thank you.