We made a mistake with the most recent Skyline-Daily, and some of the .dll's (e.g. "msvcp140.dll") are getting put in the wrong place.
We will fix this with a new update of Skyline-Daily in a few days.
For now, you can work around this problem by installing "Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015":
When you install that redistributable, Windows will put the necessary dll's in a place where all applications on the computer will be able to find them, so it will no longer matter that Skyline forgot to include them.
Sorry about this bug and hope this helps,