hm, you might wan't to take all-caps off, it really isn't nescesary.
MySQL has no good interface (at least I havn't seen one) unless just dos/putty etc. You simply have to run commands in the program and you will get what you want.
(btw. what is it that you want to see.)
If you are running on win cpu with mysql on the same cpu goto the mysql directory --> bin --> mysql.exe
that is one program you can use to run commands for the database.
If you want some other information please post exacly what you need.