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As a free, open-source and extremely powerful file archiver, more and more people are beginning to use 7-Zip as a necessary file compression/decompression tool in their computers. If you’ve used WinRAR before, you may be wondering if 7-Zip is too “plain” (or a little ugly, I should say). This does degrade the user experience and give an immediate impression that it is not as friendly and reliable as WinRAR. Fortunately, there is a tool available to beautify 7-Zip and make it look better.