C-c o instead of
C-x o to switch to another window. Press
C-c b instead of
C-x b to switch to another buffer. More generally, use the prefix
C-c where you would normally use
C-c C-h to see the full list of commands available on the
C-c prefix. There is in particular
C-c M-x to execute a command by name (normally on
Most control keys are sent to the application, and in particular help is not available on
C-h, but it's still available on
f1, so you can press
f1 m to see the help for Term mode,
f1 w to see on what keys a command is bound and so on.
If you exit the shell (by typing
C-d or with the
exit command), the normal Emacs bindings are restored.