|This rule is Obsolete|
|Synopsis:||Avoid empty finalizers|
As stated in MSDN, having an empty destructor just causes loss in performance, so should be avoided.
Empty destructors should not be used. When a class contains a destructor, an entry is created in the Finalize queue. When the destructor is called, the garbage collector is invoked to process the queue. If the destructor is empty, this just causes a needless loss of performance.