You seriously need to help yourself by reading the official setup instructions that coder777 has given the links for. If you really don't know where the DLL's are I will give you a hint, it is quite common for dll's to be put in a folder called /bin (in other cases in a heavy VS style it uses "x64" or "Release" but this library is cross platform so it makes sense to use the gcc /bin style), the intel install instructions gives you a list of directories on that page.
edit: dll's are the easiest part of linking a library, but you still don't give me the information about whether you installed tbb2019_20190605oss_win and you should also tell us if you are using x86 or x64.
also you have misread me I said:
|link either tbb_debug.lib or tbb.lib|
Also you built TBB? So I assume you installed VS 2013's compiler and built it from the 2013 sln file from the source code of TBB? Hopefully you didn't do that, and the only reason I think you did this is because I think the only way to compile the code with vs2015 is by cmake, which is a gigantic hurdle (or you just typo'd that you built the library).
What you should've done is just install the win binary release, the one I downloaded to check is called
from github's tbb repo, it has version 14, which is compiled by VS2015(14.0) (I think) but also works for VS2017(14.1) and VS2019(14.2), but not VS2013 (take this with a grain of salt, I haven't tested this, but I am pretty sure I am right).
You can try ranges out with VS, you should've googled this, you would use them by either <ranges> or <experimental/ranges>, haven't tested it, but should be about as good as GCC's version (you can even go to the ranges-v3 github page and compile it yourself with cmake or whatever).