As "leokhoa" said, phpMyAdmin can be installed this way: Tools > Quick add > phpMyAdmin. And it works, you can enter to your database panel. (http://localhost/phpmyadmin/)
We can use phpMyAdmin as our database manager instead of the default database manager in laragon. (I prefer the default)
One quick tip:
For logging into phpMyAdmin via browser after install, you need to enter the password, which you can set the new pass of course.
After these steps, I encountered a database error in my local site.
So, It's better to make a backup before these changes, while you still have normal access to your local site/project.
Although, I'm sure that database error can be solved easily, but I did a clean install of laragon in a different folder and forgot about the previous one.