good idea to post screenshots. I notice that you run the application by clicking the executable. It’s better to run it from within Visual Studio, by clicking the green arrow at the top. That way, Visual Studio is able to monitor the running application and you get more information.
Based on the screenshots, it’s still a wild guess as there isn’t much information to go by, but I think your problem has to do with OpenGL not initializing properly. Make sure to install (and update) your graphics drivers. If the drivers are too old, or missing, Cinder can’t create the OpenGL context on startup and the application will crash.
If your drivers are up to date, but you’re still crashing, it may be that your GPU does not support OpenGL 3.x or higher. In that case, try using Cinder v0.8.6, which is the last version to support legacy hardware.