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Cancelling query in mysql phpmyadmin

When running query in phpmyadmin, the user is not informed about the progress of the query. When dealing with tables with milions of items, even very simple select can take tens of minutes. After submitting the query, the process is running and it can not be killed. Even when I close the browser window or try to open phpmyadmin in a new window, the process is still on and I can not find a way to kill it.
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Opening phpmyadmin in an incognito window

If phpmyadmin is open in a new incognito window, the user has to login again. Then he can kill the running processes in Status tab under Processes (see http://prntscr.com/df4ydl). Unless the user has the proper rights, he can only kill his own processes. After killing the process, the user can use the incognito window or the window he was using before to run another query.