Windows 10 launched a couple of weeks ago, but Microsoft is still hard at work promoting the release of the OS with two new videos. One of them shows how Microsoft presented Windows 10 to the attendees of the recent NASCAR stock car race in Pocono, Pennsylvania, while the other showcases the Fresh Paint app, which was used to help create a mural in Los Angeles for the Special Olympics.

As we reported earlier, the August 2 NASCAR race at Pocono Raceway was renamed the Windows 10 400 for this year. The video shows how Microsoft showed off Windows 10 to some of the race's attendees. A few of them even won special VIP experiences at the race, which meant going into the pit area to meet some of the NASCAR crews and have their picture taken with official Windows 10 spokesperson Dale Earnhardt Jr.

The second video shows how graffiti artist "Risk Rock" worked with Special Olympics athlete and artist Michael Bluechel to create a mural on the side of the STAR Education building, which is a local charity in Los Angeles. The Fresh Paint app in Windows 10 was used to design the final look of the mural, which was inspired by the colors found on the Special Olympics World Games logo.

Source: Windows (YouTube)