After installing FreeLing 4.1 (under Windows 10), I run analyser, and the following files are reported missing: MSVCP140D.dll, VCRUNTIME140D.dll and ucrtbased.dll. These are Microsoft files, which are not available unless Visual Studio is installed. I believe that the "d" in the filenames stands for "debug", and it would seem that this binary has been made in debug mode. Was there a reason to use debug mode rather than "release" mode? In release mode, the files needed would be MSVCP140.dll etc, which can be downloaded from MS.