I have been looking into SGX (Intel's Software Guard Extension) for the last few days. It sounds like a very useful technology with some significant security advantages for many pieces of software. However, I have yet to identify a single piece of software that utilizes SGX on Windows 10. That's not to say there aren't any, but I use the same software on a CPU that supports SGX and one that doesn't, and none of the software seems to care either way. Windows 10 itself doesn't seem to be concerned with SGX support being present in the CPU.
Does SGX currently provide a meaningful benefit to desktop operating systems?
As a bonus, if you know of any pieces of software that utilize SGX on Windows 10 I'd like to know.