Do you think I should convert to a language thats pre-installed in computers, to not deal with this? (such as C)
C is not pre-installed in any computer, per-se. In fact, what do you even mean by "pre-installed in computers"?
C needs a compiler to work(and a linker, usually, and parsing, and a preprocessor, text-editor, etc., etc., etc.). C compilers are not pre-installed in most factory bought computers.
So I don't get your sentence there at all ... if you want an easily playable and downloadable game file, make the process of installing/playing it faster and easier.
I have to somehow include Strawberry Perl and SDL in the installation wizard, and I would be surprised if I could get that to work error-less. Even then, the Strawberry Perl package is quite big, and the file size will probably throw-off users.
So don't use Strawberry Perl then, if you think it will turn-off possible users of your software.
There is no direct integrated language in a "machine", (assuming you mean a processor) and you need to download the necessary programs and data to write, compile, and create software. This goes for every other language as well. The processor doesn't work with C, Perl, or anything like that.
A processor works with machine language (and that's not really even a "language" at all), and all the higher-level tools/programs to convert to it are unavoidable and tweakable at best for the best possible situation.